“While there may not be capes hanging on closet hooks, Broward County, Florida is home to heroes.
You might pass them in the grocery store or in the office breakroom and may not even know the amazing impact they make within our community. They’re not living in hideouts or headquarters, but in your very own neighborhoods, keeping children safe and protecting Fort Lauderdale’s future. I’m talking about …” read the rest from the Sun Sentinel
You see, the majority of the time – at least 70% — children come into foster care because of neglect, not abuse. Parents overwhelmed with personal challenges – from unemployment to mental health struggles or substance abuse – struggle to provide the care their children need, and it threatens child well-being.