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Opinion: Need for helping refugees is greater than ever

Detroit News

May empathy and understanding for those without safe places of home and refuge emerge out of this mess

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Local couple shares journey as foster parents

The Martinsburg Journal

MARTINSBURG — Connell Cuffie grew up surrounded by a family and friend unit that cherished and prioritized raising children — whether biological or not — as a community, instilling a

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Filling a ‘critical’ need for child care

Grand Rapids Business Journal

A program Bethany Christian Services launched three years ago is aiming to meet the region’s growing need for child care while giving refugees the chance to launch their own home-based businesses.

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This Georgia Foster And Adoption Agency Is Teaching New Parents How To Talk About Race

90.1 FM WABE

In wake of current events - racism, police brutality and civil unrest - the national director of a child welfare agency with ties in Atlanta has set out to train foster parents to talk about some uncomfortable, tough, but necessary conversations. Bethany Christian Services, a nonprofit foster and adoption center with

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Refugees are not a drain on the economy or a threat to security

The Hill

World Refugee Day should serve as a reminder that refugees are an asset to the U.S. — not a drain to its economy or national security risk.

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Bethany Christian Services looking for loving homes for refugee and unaccompanied minors

WOODTV.com

Learn about ways to provide support to children in need of caring homes through Bethany Christian Services.

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Bethany Christian Services

WGVU

Bethany Christian Services hosts a live webinar about talking to children about racism and civil unrest, this Thursday, providing practical suggestions.

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My Take: The opportunity to live

Holland Sentinel

As a child welfare professional, I have the privilege of working with children who demonstrate the essence of strength and resilience through hardships most of us could never imagine. The youth I now serve have traveled thousands of miles through multiple countries fleeing danger and violence, motivated by the hope of finding refuge and reuniting with their families. One of these children, a young boy from Guatemala named Cristian, recently made such a journey at just 6 years old.Cristian spent

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