This three-part series explores the group home system in North and South Carolina. The investigation found that in many cases profit was more important than treatment, but that tens of milloins of dollars were wasted since 2001 due to staffing level requirements. Another story told of the group home boom that happened when entreprenuers found they could start a group home with little experience and significant profit. Finally, the series looked ahead at what was in store for the future of group homes to find that a return to family care and group home reforms were likely.
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