Mentoring Children in the Foster Care System - 5:12
with Khadija Walker-Fobbs of the Judson Center
Posted Feb 04, 2020
According to Focus on the Family, each year approximately 7,400 children enter foster care for the first time. And on any given day in Michigan, approximately 13,000 children are in foster care or a residential placement due to abuse or neglect. Khadija Walker-Fobbs of Judson Center discusses the importance of mentoring for children in the foster care system.
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