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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

God sets the lonely in families

The Safe Families for Children model engages families, churches, and local governments to support families in crisis and keep them together.

Finding family during COVID-19

When parents are going through a crisis, volunteer Host Families offer loving care to parents, watching over their children while the parents regain stability. For Rena, it meant finding family in the face of a global pandemic.

Pregnant and struggling with medical issues, Ashley finds answers

When a woman is pregnant and doesn’t know where to turn, she can always connect with Bethany. We help expectant parents every year—of all ages and backgrounds—and empower them to make a plan. Only they can make the decision, but they don’t have to make it alone.

Finding my lasting family

When parents like Lisa face situations beyond their control, their children can become vulnerable to neglect or abuse. Lisa wanted her boys to have a healthier and happier childhood than what she experienced.

After 20 years of being trafficked, woman plans for stronger future

Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. It's the exploitation of a human being through the means of force, fraud, or coercion, with the goal of benefiting from the victim's labor or sexual commerce. When victims escape, they need support getting back to normal life.

A helping hand to raise two little boys

When Brijon found out she was pregnant with twins at age 18, she didn’t know where to turn. Learn how she received support to parent her boys.

Sharing our crib with children in need

Chris and Kate reflect on the many children who have slept in their crib – including those whose parents were in crisis.

A whole new world

When Kashonder found herself homeless and unable to provide for her children, Safe Families hosts stepped in to care for her kids while she finished her nursing degree.

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