As Need Grows, States Try to Entice New Foster Parents

As Need Grows, States Try to Entice New Foster Parents

Child welfare workers traditionally take an analog approach to recruiting prospective foster parents: They put up yard signs, set up booths at churches — even rent billboards. But in Washington state, child welfare workers are shifting to a digital approach. Beginning in April, people who’ve browsed websites on foster care will see recurring online ads espousing the joys of foster parenting — haunting the prospective parent from site to site like a new car or pair of boots.To read the complete article… https://pew.org/2GR31Ay

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