Battling addiction and facing an unplanned pregnancy, Gloria drove first to an abortion clinic. But then her GPS gave her a surprising new direction.
Two families with no other connection adopted three siblings and became one big family for each other.
A local church enlists volunteers to wrap around refugee families resettling in their community.
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After her three children were placed in foster care, Shaquita worked toward reunification.
After a tragedy, a mother and son created a remarkable home for teen boys.
They never saw it coming, but now they can’t imagine their lives without the children they foster.
The first goal of foster care is always to reunify children with their parents in a safe and stable environment.
Discover answers to many of your questions about becoming a foster parent and preparing for your first placement.
While we don’t want to talk you out of becoming a foster parent, we want you to set realistic expectations for what foster parenting is like.
Devetta shares how she broke free of addiction to raise her grandchildren.
While reunification is always the goal, some children need an adoptive home.