Kids First: Indiana’s growing amount of children in foster care

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- More than 15,000 kids are in foster care in Indiana, so the need for foster parents is great.

If you are unable to be a foster parent, there are other ways you can help.

Tonja Eagan, CEO of Lifesmart Youth, and Brooke Clawson, the vice president of Foster Care and Adoption at the Children's Bureau, stopped by during the Kids First on Fox segment to talk about the need to help Indiana's foster kids.

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