Children's services NYC 1968
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28 Jul 2006 07:34 PDT
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Where(group homes? foster home? orphanges?)and by what New York City agency, would children be placed if they were suddenly orphaned due to family violence in 1968?
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Re: Children's services NYC 1968
From: xuxan-ga on 02 Sep 2006 12:42 PDT
If the removal was sudden it would be handled by the Office of Children and Family Services. http://www.ocfs.state.ny.us/main/fostercare/ NYC Administration for Children's Services 150 William Street 18th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Phone: 1-877-KIDSNYC (543-7692) Outside NYC: 212-341-0900 (They haven't moved - except the floor they are on - in the 25 years I have been aware of them.) There were at that time thousands of fosters care homes for children. All foster care homes in NYC were at that time involved with a local adoption agency as the city of New York did not themselves have any. A child and their description would be placed on a database and any registered foster care home agency could decide they would be willing to take responsibility for the child and receive compensation from the city of NY. Children who were not "bid for" would become boarder children at Metropolitan Hospital.
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