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.
Addressing questions and concerns about unaccompanied children and transitional foster care
The crisis at the border is complicated and divisive. But helping unaccompanied children is a faith statement, not a political one.