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World for Children hopes to create foster families

April 13, 2011

A World For Children is doing its best to ensure that every child knows a loving, safe world.

The organization's focus is on establishing foster families for children who are in situations of abuse or neglect.

“We license foster parents,” said Carey Hartin, case management supervisor. “We believe in open hearts and open homes. We are looking for those who will help, love and take care of them until they are ready to go to the next step, whether that be back home or get adopted.”

For the past 14 years, A World For Children has been serving abused children throughout the state. Tuesday marked the grand opening of the organization's 12th office at 308 Scurry, across from the Howard County Courthouse.

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