His daughter had a baby as a teenager, and my husband and his first wife raised “Maggie” until she was 5 years old.After Maggie’s father was discharged from the military, he and his wife raised her.Dear Prudence: My husband and I have been happily married for three years.We each have grown children from our first marriages.
These households form for many reasons, with the most common being that the family needs help from the grandparent generation (Pittman, Keeports, & Ioffe, in press).
Their parents have not established clear boundaries for these troubled kids.
The children have not had the luxury of easily working through normal developmental stages.
(G) The head of each Federal department, agency, or other governmental entity identified by the Secretary of Health and Human Services as having responsibilities, or administering programs, relating to current issues affecting grandparents or other relatives raising children in their care.
(2) .—The Task Force shall identify, promote, coordinate, and disseminate information publicly about Federal information, resources, and best practices available, on the date of the determination, to help grandparents or other relatives raising children in their care meet the health, educational, nutritional, and other needs of the children in their care as well as maintain their own physical and mental health and emotional well-being, including those raising children in their care as a result of the opioid epidemic.