"Pressley Ridge, which operates in six states, has been able to find families for all of the opioid-affected children referred to it by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services, said agency president Susanne Cole. But in Ohio and West Virginia, the opioid epidemic has dislodged so many children that it’s becoming difficult to find enough foster parents, she said. “The numbers are huge,” she said, “and it’s not going away.”"
Pressley Ridge is included in Part 2 of "The Needle in the Family Tree" published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Read the full article here: https://newsinteractive.post-gazette.com/needle-in-the-family-tree-opioids-family-overdose/opioids-swamping-child-welfare-system/
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