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              A suspected crack user, center, walks with social workers and police to a waiting van near the Parque Uniao slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012. A crew of social wo

    A suspected crack user, center, walks with social workers and police to a waiting van near the Parque Uniao slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012. A crew of social wo

    Posted: 10/17/2012 1:28:25 PM EST
    A suspected crack user, center, walks with social workers and police to a waiting van near the Parque Uniao slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012. A crew of social workers, psychologists and others rounded up drug users found in the streets Wednesday, and took them to shelters. The adults don't have to stay, and the majority leave as soon as they've had a meal and a shower. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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              Suspected crack users sit inside a van as they wait to be taken to a shelter after being removed from the streets by social workers near the Parque Uniao slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

    Suspected crack users sit inside a van as they wait to be taken to a shelter after being removed from the streets by social workers near the Parque Uniao slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

    Posted: 10/17/2012 1:28:25 PM EST
    Suspected crack users sit inside a van as they wait to be taken to a shelter after being removed from the streets by social workers near the Parque Uniao slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012. Health officials are locating and treating hundreds of crack addicts suddenly left without drugs after police occupied dangerous slums this week where the users congregated en masse to buy and smoke the potent drug. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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              This undated photo provided by Felipe Montes via the Applied Research Center shows Montes and his wife, Marie Montes, and one of their three boys. When immigration agents deported Monte

    This undated photo provided by Felipe Montes via the Applied Research Center shows Montes and his wife, Marie Montes, and one of their three boys. When immigration agents deported Monte

    Posted: 8/25/2012 12:13:53 PM EST
    This undated photo provided by Felipe Montes via the Applied Research Center shows Montes and his wife, Marie Montes, and one of their three boys. When immigration agents deported Montes to Mexico two years ago, his three young sons _ American citizens _ were left in the care of their mentally ill, American-born mother. Within two weeks, social workers placed the boys in foster care. Montes and his wife want the children to live with him in Mexico, saying they are better off with their father than with strangers in the U.S. He works at a walnut farm and shares a house with his uncle, aunt and three nieces. But child welfare officials have asked a judge to strip Montes of his parental rights, arguing the children will have a better life here. Such a ruling could clear the way for their adoption. (AP Photo/Felipe Montes via the Applied Research Center)
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    Posted: 4/30/2012 2:40:46 PM EST
    In this April 29, 2012 photo released by the Theatre Development Fund, Morgan Brodwin, 10, poses with theater volunteers at an autism-friendly performance of the musical "Mary Poppins, in New York. About 40 autism specialists _ many master's students at Hunter College, special education experts or social workers _ roamed the theater, providing comfort and help to families.(AP Photo/Theatre Development Fund, Anita & Steve Shevett)
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    Posted: 4/30/2012 2:40:45 PM EST
    In this April 29, 2012 photo released by the Theatre Development Fund, kids attend at an autism-friendly performance of the musical "Mary Poppins, in New York. About 40 autism specialists _ many master's students at Hunter College, special education experts or social workers _ roamed the theater, providing comfort and help to families. (AP Photo/Theatre Development Fund, Anita & Steve Shevett)
  •  - Children walk with social workers at the Puericultorio Perez Aranibar children's home in Lima

    Children walk with social workers at the Puericultorio Perez Aranibar children's home in Lima

    Posted: 3/9/2012 7:52:44 PM EST
    Children walk with social workers at the Puericultorio Perez Aranibar children's home in Lima March 9, 2012. The home, the biggest of its kind in Peru with 82 years of history, provides a shelter for more than 400 children who are abandoned, orphaned, homeless or in dire need. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)