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Candice Maze Candice L. Maze,  executive director of Florida Foster Care Review

As a global pandemic unfolds, financial markets endure historic volatility, and data indicates that South Florida is in the throes of a recession. Yet our community must not overlook the needs of nearly 34,000 children in Florida’s foster care system. Closed courtrooms, shuttered schools and intense social isolation measures are putting added stress on our state’s child welfare system and the vulnerable children and families it serves.

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