Foster Care System Is Improving But Still Can't Keep Up With Demand
The foster care system is steadily improving, but the opioid crisis has caused demand to increase drastically.LEARN MORE
A former foster child began fostering kids just out of his teen years. The father of three says the road hasn't been easy, but it's been worth it.
Barry Farmer, a former foster care child himself, began fostering children at age 19. Less than a decade later, he's the adoptive father of three boys under the age of 15. We discuss his decision to adopt and speak to his son Jaxon about his new family.
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