At Hope Meadows In Illinois, Older Adults Help Families Care For Foster Children

At Hope Meadows In Illinois, Older Adults Help Families Care For Foster Children

By Ina Jaffe

Families who adopt foster kids need a lot of support. In Rantoul, Illinois, families get help in a community called Hope Meadows from older adults who’ve moved there just for that purpose.

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