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By The Felix Organization
First-Of-Its-Kind Camp for LGBTQ+ Youth in Foster Care Launches this Summer.
By Madison Co. Foster & Adoptive Parent Association
The Madison County Foster & Adoptive Parent Association (MCFAPA) collected over 5,860 pairs of new socks, 3,030 pairs of new underwear, and 315 new pairs of shoes to present to Madison County Department of Human Resources at the conclusion of their...
By Fostering Media Connections
Annual Data Project Shows Capacity Up; Some States However Show Disturbing Rise Among Black and Native American Youth in Foster Care
By Alternative Family Services
Award to be Presented at AFS 40th Anniversary Gala later this month.
By Fostering Success Foundation
Transitional Living Programs enhance the lives of foster youth by developing important life skills
By Martin James Foundation
The first ever user guide specifically focusing on foster care in India is going to be launched at a special event taking place at the India International Centre in New Delhi on the 29th August 2018.
By Milestone House
Celebrating 26 years of Foster Care, changing lives one at a time, where reaching goals is a way of life.
By Stillwater River Publications
In her debut novel Have Mercy, Johnston-based and former Glocester resident author Barbara Ann Whitman pulls back the curtain to reveal the effects foster care can have on a child and delivers a powerful character-driven tale of love, empowerment, and...
By Our County. Our Kids.
Frank Koroshec, founded the Resource Family Association Student Support Team (RFASST) in the fall of 2015 at San Marcos High School, to support local resource families and foster youth
By Drug Addiction Now
A new state bill will go into effect in July listing neonatal abstinence syndrome as a form of child abuse.
By Foster VC Kids
In Ventura County there are nearly 800 children and teens in foster care, many of whom are in immediate need of a stable and loving home environment.

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