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Kinship Caregiver Rights

The six chapters cover:

1. What is Kinship Care?

2. Caring for Children who are Abused, Neglected or Abandoned.

3. Finding Help with Expenses.

4. Finding Help for Medical Services for You and Children in Your Care.

5. Finding Help with Educational Services.

6. Finding Help with Legal Services and Understanding Legal Terms.

You can View or Download the Guide HERE.

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