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Self-care for social workers

Yesenia Fermin, Bethany’s director of culture and belonging offers 4 ways social workers can build resilience—and why it matters for self-care.

Show me you’re not going to leave

Amber aged out of foster care and shares why youth and teens need supportive foster parents.

Fostering as a single parent

When Tracey's husband unexpectedly passed away, she continued to foster as a single parent, relying on support from her church family and community.

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Four questions about shared parenting

Everyone benefits when parents and foster parents are focused on the child’s well-being.

What are the steps to becoming a foster parent?

When you're ready to take the next step, Bethany will be there by your side. In this final, six-minute video, you’ll learn how Bethany will train and equip you to be a foster parent for a child who has had a rough start.

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What will foster parenting be like?

The goal of foster care is to keep children safe and supported while their family works toward reunification. This eight-minute video covers why foster parents are are encouraged to get attached to children in their care while helping them strengthen their relationship with their parents.

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Who are foster parents?

Being a foster parent requires compassion for children and their families. This nine-minute video dispels myths about who can be a foster parent and gives a brief overview of the home study and licensing process.

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Who are the kids in foster care?

The greatest need is for school-age children, sibling groups, and teens. This nine-minute video gives an overview of why children enter foster care and what happens when older youth age out.

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What is foster care?

More than 400,000 kids in the U.S. are in foster care today. This five-minute video gives an overview about why children enter foster care and the role foster parents can have in giving them a safe, temporary home.

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There’s life after aging out of foster care

After 10 years in foster care and aging out without a family, Brittney refuses to be defined by statistics and instead is following her dreams.

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