Attorney General Mike Dewine is sending money to help the program
The Ohio Attorney General's Office is putting $3-million toward foster care programs.
The funds would come from Ohio's mortage settlement and would benefit the Ohio Court Appointed Special Advocacy Program and Ohio's Reach Program. Attorney General Mike DeWine is hopeful this will lead to the best outcome.
The recent push for change was brought on by a rash of deaths among children failed by the system, including the death of a 2-year-old boy in 2011, who was beaten and burned two months after he was returned to his parents.