Arizona organization helps bridge gaps between foster kids, families

An estimated 80% of the more than 400,000 children in foster care across the U.S. struggle with significant mental health issues. In Arizona, the nonprofit Aid to Adoption of Special Kids is working to help children persevere – by offering services for foster youth and parents alike. (AASK/Courtesy via Cronkite News)

An estimated 80% of the more than 400,000 children in foster care across the U.S. struggle with significant mental health issues. In Arizona, the nonprofit Aid to Adoption of Special Kids is working to help children persevere – by offering services for foster youth and parents alike. (AASK/Courtesy via Cronkite News)

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