Nebraska's new safe haven law allows parents and guardians to drop unwanted children off at a hospital emergency room. Most children dropped off have been over 11. Courtney Anderson, a social worker in the Emergency Department at Immanuel Hospital in Omaha, Neb., says their goal is to support the child, keep them safe and keep the situation as calm as possible.
Neb. Safe Haven Law Draws More Than Infants
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