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Quick Guide to Domestic Abuse

Quick Guide to Domestic Abuse

In the United States, neglect or abuse were widespread throughout
orphanages and orphaned children living in these institutions were not properly
cared for. Orphanages became known for their discriminatory practices and
unhealthy living conditions. In most cases, children who were orphaned and
living in these institutions were not provided with access to the
psychological, emotional, and physical care that they needed. The orphanages
were generally underfunded and understaffed. The food was often inadequate and
many children were malnourished.

A foster child who has special needs is often abandoned, abused,
or neglected. Many of the orphanages that are still in existence in the United
States are
 faith-based institutions. 

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