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Curious about what's new in foster care in Minnesota?

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Over the past few months we've highlighted some of the changes in Minnesota's foster care policies resulting from the 2012 legislative session. Here are some of our posts on the topic:

  1. New foster care legislation in Minnesota, part 2
    (Stability, Permanency, & Adoption Blog, July 18, 2012)
    Keywords: relative search, definition of family to a child, paternal relatives, relative/kin engagement, best interests of the child, long-term foster care, extended foster care, placement factors
  2. Summary of 2012 Foster Care Legislation in MN, part 1
    (Stability, Permanency, & Adoption Blog, July 16, 2012)
    Keywords: concurrent planning, permanency planning, siblings, home studies, juvenile protection, licensing, residential facilities, juvenile court, emergency protective custody hearings
  3. Changes to 18-21 year old foster care services in Minnesota
    (Child Welfare Policy Blog, June 25, 2012)
    Keywords: extended foster care, 18- to 21-year-old foster care services
  4. The Breakdown of S.F. 1675, Part 3
    (Child Welfare Policy Blog, May 24, 2012)
    Keywords: child protection, reunification, parental sexual abuse, concurrent planning, relative search, relative/kin engagement, siblings, court reviews, foster/adoptive home studies
  5. The Breakdown of S.F. 1675, Part 2
    (Child Welfare Policy Blog, May 15, 2012)
    Keywords: Safe Place For Newborns, abandoned infant foster care
  6. The Breakdown of S.F. 1675, Part 1
    (Child Welfare Policy Blog, May 10, 2012)
    Keywords: siblings, permanency progress reviews, relative engagement, independent living skills plans, placement factors, court jurisdiction, extended foster care, contact agreements, transfer of custody, guardianship, birth match

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