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In the middle of a child's meltdown

Children with a trauma history can experience big emotions and challenging behaviors when they’re living in survival mode. As a foster parent, you can use these tips to calm the situation and help the child feel safe.

After a child's meltdown

Trauma changes the way children respond when they feel unsafe. Their big emotions and challenging behaviors are a result of living in survival mode. As a foster parent, you can use these tips to respond to a child’s behavior and help them feel safe.

The Afghanistan refugee crisis: What's happening and how you can help

As the military withdraws from Afghanistan, thousands of refugees are being resettled in the U.S. Here’s how you can get involved.

We’re a team: How to advocate for your child

Knowing at least some of your child’s foster or adoption history helps teachers address their needs at school.

Battle for Family

Submit a video of your original song performance, and battle for a chance to record a music video with gospel music legend, Fred Hammond!

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Refugee. Olympian. Human. Pur Biel's story

After raising their three children, Phillip and Kim Nguyen weren't ready to stop being parents. They became refugee foster parents, welcoming six refugee teens and a baby into their home and family.

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Finding families for children in Ethiopia

Bethany is leading the effort to ensure Ethiopian orphans are in homes, not orphanages.

We can work together to help this child

A foster mom shares how and why she began building relationships with her foster kids’ parents, and the difference that trust has made for everyone.

Parents aren’t the problem; they’re the solution

A growing movement in child welfare is focusing on keeping children safe with parents, not from parents. And that one word makes all the difference.

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