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Adoption Awareness Month: Supporting U.P. families

Group offers many services locally

November 13, 2013

ESCANABA — November is National Adoption Month and, in recognition of this, one Upper Peninsula organization reminds people of the many adoption and foster care services available here in Delta......

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Nov-14-13 3:51 PM

"You can get licensed for foster care and only do relative care," she said. "That way, say your grandkids, niece or nephew, or your little cousins end up in the foster care system later, you are already licensed, so they'll be placed with you."


If any member of your family is put into FOSTER care.. your door should be the first one knocked on, the first call should ALWAYS be family.. But you're saying you have to be LICENSED to take care of your own relatives?

No wait!.. that would be have the STATE pay YOU to to take care of your own Relatives.. if you aren't licensed, you get get no money.. Right? I've always taken care of my family (members) and nobody PAYS me to do it!...

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