THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
EFFECT ON CHILDREN

Workers rush to fill void left by Boston agency's decision

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / March 11, 2006

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For two decades, Catholic Charities has occupied a small but crucial niche in the state's sprawling social safety net: helping to find homes for the most troubled foster children, including those with HIV and AIDS, mental and emotional problems, and histories of abuse. (Full article: 653 words)

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