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Building resilience

March 20, 2023

Youth in Ghana face many harsh realities including poverty, violence, and trafficking. Let's work to give them every opportunity to build resiliency to the things that can make life harder.

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Preserve a family, not rescue a child

March 17, 2023

Our calling to keep children safe with their families, not from their families, is motivated by our faith in who God is and the radical love he calls us to.

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What the system taught me

March 17, 2023

From her first days as a Child Protective Services investigator to Bethany senior vice president, what Cheri Williams has learned over her social services career has changed her thinking about what’s best for children. Today she’s in a position to do something about that.

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Leaving a legacy of love

January 12, 2023

Use FreeWill to create a will for free, plan for the future, take care of loved ones, and leave a legacy.

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What is kinship care?

January 05, 2023

When children enter foster care, kinship placement has many benefits, including keeping children connected with their families.

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What are the requirements to be a foster parent?

August 22, 2022

Learn age, space, and work requirements for becoming a foster parent.

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As a new foster parent, is it OK to ask for help?

August 11, 2022

It can be hard to ask for help—especially if you’re afraid others will think you don’t know what you’re doing or you’re not doing a good job. Learn why asking for help is OK!

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Maternal health

July 21, 2022

Bethany’s services focus on the best interest of the child and the family. That can mean promoting breastfeeding where we are present around the world.

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Seven ways to welcome a child in foster care into your home

July 21, 2022

You’ll learn simple actions to prepare for a new foster placement, such as preparing their bedroom, how to talk to children already in the house, and how to ask for help.

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How do refugees get resettled in the U.S.?

June 17, 2022

Refugees entering the U.S. have endured a long, difficult journey. They need our help.

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150 million reasons to help

Today, 150 million kids don't have a permanent home. To us, that's simply unacceptable.

Together, we can change the world through family.