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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

Kids have a right to see their parents in prison. By Linda R. One of the toughest parts of having a parent locked up is that many kids only get occasional visits-if you get any visits at all. In New York, for instance, regulations... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

My brother was everything to me. I wish we had stayed together. By Jeremiyah S. Growing up, my brother and I were known as the twin towers. We're both very tall and we both played basketball. Lots of times we'... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

A New Home From On Their Own By Martha Shirk and Gary Stangler The following story is taken from the book On Their Own, a new book that tells the story of what happens to kids when they age out of the foster care system. This is part of the story of... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

I Was Wrong About Group Homes By Eric E. Living without your parents is not easy, especially if you're living with people you don't know. Before I went into a group home, I thought living with eight boys... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

Monica's Story From On Their Own By Martha Shirk and Gary Stangler The following story is taken from the book On Their Own, a collection of stories about young people who are aging out of the foster care system. The following... Read more

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