Ohio Attorney General urges more adults to become foster parents in wake of opioid crisis

August 28, 2017

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is urging Ohioans to consider becoming foster parents as the need for foster families has dramatically increased in the face of the opioid epidemic. 

DeWine's call to action came at a recent news conference, where he  also announced several efforts to help becoming a foster parent easier, including expediting background checks.

Click here to view more on DeWine's announcement and planned efforts to assist.

Call Richland County Children Services at 419-774-4100 for more information on how to become a local foster parent.





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