11/01/2007 - People change, families reunite.
That's the mantra of a coalition that's trying to reunite families broken apart by parental drug or alcohol abuse. The rest of us tend to give up on those parents, or leave them to social programs that can be well-meaning but ineffective.
Everyone knows something's not working right. Now, finally, it seems there is a light shining in the dark.
Leaders in the child-welfare system are realizing that to be effective you have to know what the people you are trying to help really need.
Read the full article Best Kind of Family Reunion at the Seattle Times' Web site.