I need recourses for new foster children

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One of my friends were taken to a foster home a few days ago and they’re not coping well. They’re panicking and texting me right now. I need recourses for children new to the foster program so if you guys could give me any that would be greatly appreciated.
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https://www.childline.org.uk/info-ad...s/living-care/
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Ok so I don't really know about foster care, however, I know that social services are involved with my family and I was almost taken away twice. I think what you should do is tell her foster parents how she's feeling, if they are experienced enough they should know that multiple children being fostered have these problems. I can't imagine being taken into a random house in a random place by random people I don't even know. It will just be the shock of such a drastic change in her life, she will soon relax into it and if there is a persisting problem then I recommend you tell someone. Always be there for her, and possibly read into it so you know th =e process of what she's going through. Just some suggestions
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Ok so I don't really know about foster care, however, I know that social services are involved with my family and I was almost taken away twice. I think what you should do is tell her foster parents how she's feeling, if they are experienced enough they should know that multiple children being fostered have these problems. I can't imagine being taken into a random house in a random place by random people I don't even know. It will just be the shock of such a drastic change in her life, she will soon relax into it and if there is a persisting problem then I recommend you tell someone. Always be there for her, and possibly read into it so you know th =e process of what she's going through. Just some suggestions
Thank you ^^
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Thank you ^^
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