Council launches drive to recruit 'resilience foster carers' for troubled teenagers
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Former police and prison officers are being urged to become "resilience foster carers" offering homes to the most challenging looked-after teenagers, as part of a Staffordshire County Council campaign.
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