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Change begins at home
When Mia’s behaviors escalated, she was hospitalized for months because local residential care facilities would not admit her. Intensive, home-based intervention made it possible for her to come home again.
Navigating the dramatic decline in infant adoption: How Bethany is responding and shifting
In response to the declining number of infants available for adoption, Bethany is shifting programming and investing in services that safely keep families together.
Keeping Lucy's family together
After Lucy escaped sex trafficking, violence, and addiction, Safe Families for Children volunteers provided a safe, temporary home for Lucy’s children so she could get the help she needed to heal.Play
To the strangers caring for my children
After Lucy escaped sex trafficking, violence, and addiction, Safe Families for Children volunteers provided a safe, temporary home for Lucy’s children so she could get the help she needed to heal.
Helping new mothers recover from substance use
When a woman is struggling with addiction and facing an unexpected pregnancy, it’s easy for her to feel hopeless and alone. That’s why Bethany meets these women where they are, in recovery and preparing to give birth.
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.
Our why: Changing the world through family
While it’s true that our what and our how have evolved through the years, our why remains: we want to change the world through family.
I don’t know where we’d be without Safe Families
Safe Families for Children connected a first-time dad and three single friends to care for a baby during COVID
In my worst moments, my family had my back
When her marriage and her world fell apart in one day, Bobbi’s family came through in every way so she and her children could be together.
Who’s got your back
Raising children as a single parent or parenting through foster care or adoption can be challenging. Maybe you need help, but you're afraid to ask your friends and family again. Explore new avenues for support by identifying the kind of help you need.