With so many children in foster care in the state of Georgia, community leaders are meeting together to make changes, build partnerships, and better supervise those in foster care. They also are working to get more of their children adopted into forever homes. There are three ways the Child Welfare Reform Council is working to reform the system:  “A practice model change being how we engage with families, secondly its how we develop a workforce that is capable of doing the work that we need done and finally, its constituents’ engagement. Getting out in the community,” said Bobby Cagle, Georgia DFCS Director.

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