As Georgia’s foster care rolls continue to grow, UGA plans to start new work with families most at risk of entering the state’s child...

As Georgia’s foster care rolls continue to grow, UGA plans to start new work with families most at risk of entering the state’s child welfare system, thanks to an $8.2 million federal grant.

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