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<p>Children’s Guild Treatment Foster Care staff at the fourth annual foster parent appreciation ceremony at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on Wednesday, May 28, 2014. (Back row, left to right) Kay Brazile, Maurice Harris, Steve Howe, Constance Boyce and Nichole Boswell. (Front row, left to right) Terry Baisden, Tiffany Smith, Meaghan Tine, Keisha Bryan, Stacey Hampton, Jillayne Van den Brink and Emily Howe.                                                                                                                        </p>

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Children’s Guild Treatment Foster Care staff at the fourth annual foster parent appreciation ceremony at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on Wednesday, May 28, 2014. (Back row, left to right) Kay Brazile, Maurice Harris, Steve Howe, Constance Boyce and Nichole Boswell. (Front row, left to right) Terry Baisden, Tiffany Smith, Meaghan Tine, Keisha Bryan, Stacey Hampton, Jillayne Van den Brink and Emily Howe.

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Foster care program helps children thrive

Eugene arrived at the Children’s Guild when he was in third grade. He was very aggressive, always fighting with classmates and demonstrated a high level of anxiety. He had the perception that everyone was out to get him, officials say.