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With the country now working under the Family First Prevention Services Act and West Virginia independently working toward reducing the number of children in congregate care at the direction of the Department of Justice — along with the fact that the number of children in the child welfare system doesn’t appear to be declining anytime soon — experts believe the nation’s and West Virginia’s reliance on kin will only continue to increase. Thankfully, officials say more resources may be on the way to assist those families.

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WASHINGTON - Help for West Virginia's more than 300,000 adult caregivers could be on the horizon thanks to a new piece of legislation making its way to President Donald Trump's desk.