Raising Teens in Tough Neighborhoods

When children become teens, their peers become more important to them, and their schools and communities influence their choices. In neighborhoods marked by gangs, drugs, inadequate schools and heavy police presence, the teen years can be scary, especially for families once separated by foster care.

In this issue, parents share their efforts to raise safe, healthy teens—and to change policies that hurt teens and their families.

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