In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They were one of the first couples in the city to sign up to Community Parents scheme, which encouraged families to take children from community homes into their own homes.
- It became an assisted community home under the Children's Act of 1969.
- Volunteers willing to befriend young people in foster care and community homes are being sought.
- Mr Walker said: ‘We operate an ‘open door’ policy, so we accept anyone who wants to rebuild their lives and live in a community home.
- Residential community homes accommodate juveniles who have committed less serious offenses or are nearing the end of their sentence and preparing to return home.
- He could not be placed in an ordinary community home because he had held two children hostage at such a home the previous year.
- Volunteers are being sought in Bradford to help improve life for children in foster care and community homes.
centro comunitario que alberga a menores que están al margen de la ley
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