Parenting with Mental Illness

Parents with mental illness face extraordinary obstacles to reuniting with children placed in foster care. State laws often give parents with mental illness less time to reunify, few family supports are designed to help these parents, and biases and misconceptions about mental illness can make reunification more difficult. In this issue, parents write about how they have struggled to overcome these obstacles and safely raise their children at home.

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