Judge Marilyn Moores, pictured in her office in August, presides over the Indianapolis juvenile court in Marion County, Ind. Moores says the number of children who are in need of foster care as a result cases involving of opioids has more than doubled in the past three years.

Judge Marilyn Moores, pictured in her office in August, presides over the Indianapolis juvenile court in Marion County, Ind. Moores says the number of children who are in need of foster care as a result cases involving of opioids has more than doubled in the past three years.