I have 2 kids,a 3years old and 2years old.Both of them are in temporary foster home/foster parents. I have case plan with Wesley House for few months, I will get the kids back but I have to pass the case plan. I visit my kids every week for 2hours the kids are very happy to see me they don't want to let me go. From the last 3month every time I visit my kids I see bruises on there face ,legs,hands.My 3year old always have same clothes same shoes her ears are dirty and her hair are messy. My heart is broken I don't know what to do, I try to tell Wesley House or my attorney but no answer.help me.
You should contact the police. If your children have bruises which look like abuse to you, call the damned police immediately.
by Sherri 7 years ago
Tips for being a successful pet foster home.How is being a foster different from being an owner? How to work with the rescue or shelter that provided the foster pet?
by Sherri 7 years ago
What questions should you be asking if you want to be a foster home for a pet?Assuming that folks would like to foster a pet, but have never done so, what questions do they need to ask of themselves and of the shelter or rescue that provides the pet before they make the commitment?
by igniter8503 11 months ago
Why don't people care for their kids anymore??In today's world we see more parents not taking care of their kids the right way either ditching them with other people to take care of or no caring for them in general why do you think this???Their is more kids growing up in foster care or with grand...
by waterbottle 2 years ago
i feel as if they need another chance, because most of the time it is not their fault for the position that they are in. so tell me how you all think about this topic... and also would You ever become a foster parent?
by yankeeintexas 7 years ago
Would you consider being a foster parent?
by carolblalock 8 years ago
states need to rethink their foster care systems and rules. with this new health care bill being past, it's just another stumbling block for foster care kids. they alredy have to be solely responsible for themselves at eightteen weather or not they have graduated high school or not. there ought to...
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