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About thirty percent of all children in foster care in the United States are currently placed with relative foster parents. For many years, child welfare agencies largely overlooked relatives as resources for the foster care of children who had been abused or neglected. However, in the 1980s, as the need for foster care exceeded the supply of traditional foster families, child welfare agencies began to turn to relatives. This topic area addresses policies that treat relatives differently from non-relatives providing foster care. 

D.O. vs. Glisson Summary

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Summary and implications of a Kentucky case sent to the U.S. Supreme Court.  Since the Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal, the earlier ruling from the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals stands. The court ruled that the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services must pay relatives who take in foster children even if not fully licensed (2017).

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