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Comment Archives: stories: Arts: Feature A&E

Re: “Vintage wheels

Good post Erika. This is really good. Thanks for this wonderful information on classic cars. I love classic cars and they are really very unique designed. The classic cars are now liked by many and they really adore it. carinsuranceclassic.co.uk

Posted by classiccar on 06/09/2010 at 5:08 AM

Re: “Vintage wheels

Good post Erika. This is really good. Thanks for this wonderful information on classic cars. I love classic cars and they are really very unique designed. The classic cars are now liked by many and they really adore it.carinsuranceclassic.co.uk

Posted by classiccar on 06/09/2010 at 5:07 AM

Re: “End of the line

ok my name is raif walter
my friends and road dogs call me dupster and that is a pic of me lol its cool lol XD
now i am a street kid..... not vulnerable. i was breathing fire at one of my friends house and i was using white Karasine and i messed up.... you play with fire your ganna get burnt. wanted to clear things up a bit:) love paige and matt both kind and careing peopl the lot of you case workers and people who think they know how to run our live should take a good look at theses two and learn some shit. peace and love yall

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Posted by Dumpster on 11/23/2009 at 3:44 PM

Re: “End of the line

Paige,

I'm so proud of you. I know from second hand experience how this system changes both the kids and foster families. I grew up around foster families that nurture their charges to this day, often into late adulthood. But I've also had first hand experience with those who've not been as fortunate. I love your work and I wish I could be there Tuesday.

Michael

Posted by mikeyholden on 11/20/2009 at 2:04 AM

Re: “End of the line

I have worked at a group home here in town for a few years and as a youth case manager for the past two years. I definitely agree Missoula needs a transitional program for children aging out. I see many children slip through the cracks; However, I see more children who butt against anyone wanting to help them. They can't escape their victim stance. They run from foster homes or group homes and don't trust adults to keep them safe and care for them, since their parents never did. Most of my kids aging out qualify for adult care, but refuse to take advantage of adult services. There are many wonderful mental health services in Missoula and I hope these services are highlighted in this movie.

Posted by Trying to help on 11/19/2009 at 5:24 PM

Re: “End of the line

I'm so glad you did this piece. I took in a 20 year old this past summer who had a similar story. He aged out of the foster care system at 18, he had been homeless, and I was trying to offer him a hand up, but it didn't work out. He wasn't used to family life. It is just so sad to know young adults are invisible and lacking even minor relationship skills needed to get by.

Posted by MissoulaWoman on 11/19/2009 at 8:33 AM

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