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Long-Lasting Effects of Family Separation Policy Likely for Children

Long-Lasting Effects of Family Separation Policy Likely for Children BOISE, Idaho – Separating families at the border likely will have long-term effects on the children involved. That’s according to decades of research, says Taryn Yates – grant manager and planner with the Idaho Children’s Trust Fund.

Yates says forced separation from parents creates profound stress for a child, and long-lasting separation also prolongs the body’s stress responses, leaving them feeling unsafe. …(Read More)

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