Key PointsState systems of care have changed dramatically over time and continue to evolve in response to a more developed understanding of the needs of children and young people at risk.There are three main types of state care: kinship care, foster care, and residential or institutional care.International trends suggest a move toward kinship care as a preferred care option.
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