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Hundreds of Washington foster children who in recent years have spent days, and sometimes weeks or months, living in hotels or government offices because the state has too few foster families and group homes, particularly for children with mental health challenges and developmental disabilities.

Despite millions of dollars in funding from the Legislature to tackle the problem, the number of nights that foster children spend in hotels and offices has increased steadily over the past seven years. Between Sept. 1 and July 15, 2021, a record 233 children spent 2,016 nights in hotels and offices, according to the state Office of the Family and Children’s Ombuds, which provides independent oversight of social service systems in Washington.

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