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Foster Children Evacuated from Texas Gulf Coast in Wake of Hurricane Harvey

Foster Children Evacuated from Texas Gulf Coast in Wake of Hurricane Harvey

More than 1200 children in 24 foster care residential facilities along the Texas coastline have been evacuated and taken to other facilities and churches in the San Antonio area. These other facilities include the Children’s Shelter, Boysville, St. Jude’s Ranch for Children and Roy Maas Alternatives.

Renee Garvens of Roy Maas Alternatives said,

“[These kids are] pretty amazingly resilient in their ability to just grab their stuff and walk away from one home to the next.”

Think about that for a minute. Amazingly resilient, or sadly accustomed to it? This “ability” is one no child should possess or be good at. But it’s the sad truth for many, if not most, children in foster care across the country. They learn not to put down roots anywhere, because they could be relocated any time.

They’ve most likely learned this the hard way, from previous failed placements. Learning things the hard way often results in a tough, bad-ass child/teenager/adult, who is unable to follow through with or commit to much of anything or anyone. And so the foster care cycle begins again for these children’s children, not in every case, but in many.

Blessings to the facilities and churches that took in these evacuated kids, and blessings to the staff who most likely followed the kids to ensure care was provided to them during this upheaval. Perhaps something remained constant for the kids if they at least had some familiar caregivers.

Roy Maas Alternatives
Children’s Shelter
Boysville
St. Jude’s Ranch for Children

Happy Meals for Unhappy Kids

Happy Meals for Unhappy Kids

The New Mexico Children, Families and Youth Department has announced a pilot program designed to provide McDonald’s Happy Meals for kids newly placed in state custody.

Cabinet Secretary Monique Jacobson knew kids were often hungry when removed from their homes and awaiting placement in a foster home. McDonald’s restaurants in New Mexico were approached about providing meal cards to CFYD so kids could have a meal they were familiar with that also comforted them during this stressful wait time. The amazing thing about this pilot program (which began in August and runs through December) is that every single McDonald’s in New Mexico (over 100) agreed to participate in supplying each CFYD office with meal cards. When’s the last time you remember an entire state’s worth of any company agreeing with their state government on something? Never? Me neither. So, that’s good.

The sad things about this program are, number one, that these kids are so familiar with and comforted by a cheap, quick meal, bought on the fly, eaten in the car, requiring no planning or consideration or tradition, and is synonymous with “dinner” perhaps more often than it should be.

Number two, if more services and supports were available and were funneled to families in crisis in a larger effort to maintain kids in their own homes whenever possible, then maybe fewer would come into custody or be hungry when they do. Just my opinion.

To report child abuse or neglect in New Mexico, call 1-855-333-7233 or #SAFE from any cell phone.

Foster Home Alternative

Foster Home Alternative

I’ve worked in the foster care field for nearly 25 years, and over that time span, I’ve formed strong opinions about what probably works better than foster homes for some kids in foster care. There is also another reason I have these opinions, which I’ll reveal later.

I believe family foster homes are best for some children, say age 10-ish and younger. Why? I think the littler kids adapt better to a foster home and foster family than older kids do. Perhaps younger kids, and especially sibling groups, need a family atmosphere more than older kids. In my experience, I’ve found that the older kids actually do much better if placed in group home or residential settings compared to foster home placements.

Here are some reasons this may be true:

1. Group homes are more structured than foster homes. There are few opportunities to do something wrong or overstep one’s bounds in a rule-driven, scheduled environment.
2. Group homes have staff as opposed to parents who aren’t theirs.
3. Kids’ loyalties aren’t torn between their own parents and the staff, since the roles are nothing alike.
4. Kids’ loyalties aren’t torn between their own home and a group home, because the setting is totally different.
5. Kids don’t feel like they have to pretend people are their parents when out in public with staff, the way they do when out in public with foster parents.
6. The perception of others in a child’s home neighborhood or school is often one of blaming the child for his placement in a group home. Alternatively, when a child is placed into a foster home, the blame more often is placed on the child’s parents by others. It’s very difficult for kids to know others hold their parents in low regard.
7. When kids return home from a group or residential setting, they have a little bit of “status”, as some sort of survivor.
8. When kids return home from a foster home placement, they are often the subjects of unwanted pity for having such losers as parents.

The prevailing trend in foster care placement is to place all children in homes instead of group settings. The national average of kids in out of home care who are placed in group settings is 6%. Some states pride themselves in having a lower percentage, and strive for a lower percentage. I wonder if the outcomes and futures of these children back up the perception that family home settings are best for all kids. I can find no long-term follow-up studies of children’s well-being 5 years, 10 years, 20 years after aging out of foster care. Believe me, I’ve tried. The only other reliable source I have for my beliefs listed above is myself, because, you see, I was a child in foster care many years ago, and experienced all those things and thrived much better in the group setting in which I was finally placed.

Monumental c*ck-up made by Social Services

NSPCC slam social workers who let four-year-old girl live with child porn pervert despite being warned he was a suspected paedophile Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2259482/Social-services-knew-girl-4-living-paedophile-foster-parent-left-care-TWO-WEEKS.html#ixzz2JQKyLSno Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Bristol foster girl, 4, “sent to live with ‘pervert'”

 

When a kid is sent into foster care, it’s usually because their DNA donors have abused or neglected them. The breeders are unfit to care for the child, so they’re moved to a new home for a while. On the whole, foster carers dedicate their resources and time into rehabilitating these abused kids so that they have a shot at living a full and happy life. They are an invaluable part of any community.

However, here at BB we often see foster “carers” who are in it for the wrong reasons. Money, having slaves or punching bags around, or they just like to hoard children. This foster freak liked children. A bit too much. Social Services in Bristol, UK, placed a 4 year old girl with the freak for two weeks even though they KNEW he was downloading child porn! This just makes my skin crawl…

The girl was originally taken away from her bio-family because of a violent situation and placed with the unnamed freak. Meanwhile, there were suspicions about the freak downloading and viewing child porn, as well as the other children in his care being violent and acting out sexually. Despite these concerns, the 4 year old girl remained in the freak’s “care” for 3 fucking months! The girl told her bio-dad and her social worker that she’d been strangled by one of the other foster children. Bio-dad called the police, who then called Social Services who didn’t do anything about it until a day later, didn’t get the girl to a doctor, and then sent her BACK to the place where she got the injury in the first place!! That’s bureaucracy at work for you!

It took Social Services another six days to decide what to do with the girl and then another seven to get her out of the foster freak’s home! The foster freak killed himself a day later, just like the coward that all pedophiles are. It was found that the freak had been downloading child porn since 2010, but hadn’t been arrested and charged until 2012. The girl’s social worker, Sherilyn Pritchard, knew that the foster freak had been downloading child porn but didn’t do a damn thing about it. She even had the nerve to say to the magistrate that her actions were justified because it wasn’t enough to warrant immediate removal. She even admitted that she knew the girl would be at risk of sexual, physical and mental harm. He was a fucking SEX OFFENDER you dumb cow! You know, keep away from children, don’t live near schools, register with police every time you move house kind of sex offender. I think this silly bitch should lose her job and be chucked in the slammer for allowing such a dangerous decision to be made. Incompetent tw*t.

The girl and the other children have been removed from the foster freak’s house and are now in new foster homes. I’m wondering who was causing the violence in the little girl’s real home, because her real dad is very concerned for her and is campaigning for her to return to him. If it was indeed the egg-donor causing the violence, it’s not likely he’ll get her back since courts are heavily weighted against the dads. And if Social Services made this major fuck-up, they might not believe a woman could be capable of violence. I hope the girl does well and has the chance to come back to her dad.

 

She fostered, then adopted, five sisters…

Are you kidding me?  Jessica Banks’ will be serving two consecutive life sentences for abusing her foster/adopted girls.  She kept them locked in a secret room (damn all these secret rooms cropping up) off of the garage.

The girls were deprived of food and beaten daily.  They were removed from their biological parents due to abuse… then abused by Satan’s spawn and now are back in the foster care system. 

 I wonder what chance these girls have?!? … the 12 year old’s letter to Banks is heart breaking.

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