Time for Oregon’s foster children to check out of hotels: Editorial

When state officials couldn’t find foster homes for the abused and neglected children in their care, they stuck them on cots in state offices or in hotels for nights on end.

Their caregivers weren’t always certified and rotated frequently. Without a regular home environment, foster kids missed school and at times, lost access to needed doctor appointments and medications.

Source: Time for Oregon’s foster children to check out of hotels: Editorial | OregonLive.com