When home feels like prison: my year in a group home

From day one, Noel Anaya’s time living in a group home for foster youth felt like a prison. He was 12 years old, and living in a place with heavy security, harsh punishments and forced medication. “Group homes are supposed to be a safe haven for kids. But often, they’re not.” Listen to Anaya’s radio perspective at Youth Radio.

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