In the past five years, 1,268 children in Georgia were abandoned or surrendered to the state due to a parent’s inability to cope or the child’s... Georgia mom stuck in loop trying to get help for son with autism

In the past five years, 1,268 children in Georgia were abandoned or surrendered to the state due to a parent’s inability to cope or the child’s behavioral issues. More than half of those children were abandoned more than once, generally in relation to a mental or developmental disability. A series by 11Alive’s investigative team looked into the numbers, but more importantly, spoke to families who said their only option was to give up custody of their children.

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