Permanency Is Not A Place

While under the watchful eye of the State, children in foster care are subject to rules different from those in natural households. For kids who are in the legal care of the State,  Child Protective Services is an ever-present shadow. Children in care experiences can receive parent visitation at a CPS office or supervised by…

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Understanding the Difference Between Adoption and Long-Term Fostering

There are many ways to take care of the physical and emotional needs of children in Oklahoma. Children who are in the foster care system may be free for adoption, or they may be considered a legal risk at this time. In fact, legal risk means a child who has parents who have not lost…

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