Just came across an article on this. Apparently they are trying this in England and it takes one year. The child is raised by the Aparents but the Bmom visits up to 5 times a week and, if after a year hasnt gotten her life together, she loses custody.
How different is this from the US foster care system? Critics are saying that it is not allowing the bmom a chance to try and succeed /fail on her own since the child is taken away right away. (It is used mostly when the Bmom has a substance abuse history) What do you think
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