El Paso foster families make adjustments to care for kids during pandemic

KFox14

April 15, 2020

Right now, Child Protective Services is working with us to figure out how we can provide orientation practices for families who are looking to become foster families. We’re continuing with the families that were already in the process in order to get all of their licensing measures met,” said Joy Petty, the foster care programs director at the El Paso Center for Children.

Petty says they are in need of personal protective equipment, including some essentials like hand sanitizer and disinfectant for the kids and families.

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