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foster home

noun as in household caring for orphaned or troubled child

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Fulton involves Philadelphia’s process for assigning children to foster homes.

From Vox

If they rule in favor of the City of Philadelphia and more faith-based agencies choose to shut down, they risk losing foster homes.

From Time

One faith-based group alone is responsible for providing half of all foster homes in Arkansas.

From Time

San Pasqual’s advocates and some county leaders argue, however, that the facility is both unique and crucial because it provides a refuge for kids who’ve been rejected from foster homes or otherwise have nowhere else to go.

The county was not able to retain a foster home for him and San Pasqual Academy was the only place to go, he said.

Scott was a 16-year-old foster-home runaway whom Liberace took under his wing.

Instead, he will instead be moving into a new, loving foster home.

She had run away from her foster home six days earlier and gladly accepted the ride.

With the coming of night there was alarm in the Foster home.

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On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to foster home, such as: halfway house, safe harbor, and safe house.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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