out-of-home care

Definition of "out-of-home care"
  1. Care given by entities or individuals to kids relocated from their families, typically under family or juvenile court jurisdiction
How to use "out-of-home care" in a sentence
  1. The child was placed in out-of-home care following the court's decision.
  2. Due to her family's circumstances, she spent most of her adolescence in out-of-home care.
  3. The agency responsible for out-of-home care ensures the good welfare of the children involved.

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