High Sky Children's Ranch Seeing More Turnover in Emergency Shelters 8/16/13
August 16th, 2013
High Sky Children’s Ranch is seeing more kids leave their emergency shelter more often. They say that is great news for the organization. The emergency shelters are designed to house children that usually come from abusive backgrounds for two or three months. Earlier this year the average length of stay was around eight months. Now, that number has dwindled to five months. Officials say that shows more foster parents are stepping up to provide care for these kids and more people are adopting.