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Primary Parent

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Family reunification in child welfare refers to the process of returning children in temporary out-of-home care to their primary families.  Reunification is both the most common goal for children in out-of-home care as well as the most common outcome. Since the majority of children who leave foster care are reunified with their families, it is important to focus on practices that help achieve successful reunification and long-term success.

OFCA encourages processes that work towards the healing of broken relationships between primary families and the families that care for children in temporary situations.

Ohio Primary Parent Advisory Council