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Adoption Choices of Nevada

Whether you’re looking to expand your family through adoption or you want to plan a better future for your child, Adoption Choices of Nevada can help. Their compassionate and experienced ...

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Adoption Choices of Nevada

A Shared Gift

Whether you’re looking to expand your family through adoption or you want to plan a better future for your child, Adoption Choices of Nevada can help. Their compassionate and experienced social workers connect birth parents and adoptive parents, making families possible

Published February, 2016

Kern County Department of Human Services

Do you have room in your heart and your home to welcome a child in need? Found out how you can help by becoming a Kern County resource foster or ...

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Kern County Department of Human Services

Families Formed With Love

Do you have room in your heart and your home to welcome a child in need? Found out how you can help by becoming a Kern County resource foster or adoptive parent.

Published June, 2015

Fresno County Department of Social Services

More people are needed to provide love and support to foster youth in Fresno County. Find out how you can help.

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Fresno County Department of Social Services

Be a Hero for Fresno's Foster Youth

More people are needed to provide love and support to foster youth in Fresno County. Find out how you can help.

Published August, 2016

San Joaquin County Children's Services

San Joaquin County Children's Services is looking for resource families to reflect the diverse identities and cultures of the many foster children who are looking for homes. You don't need ...

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San Joaquin County Children's Services

Could You Be the One They Need?

San Joaquin County Children's Services is looking for resource families to reflect the diverse identities and cultures of the many foster children who are looking for homes. You don't need to be perfect, but you may be perfect for a foster child!

Published January, 2017

Yuba and Sutter Counties

In Yuba and Sutter counties, there are more than 300 children in foster care who are in need of stable, loving families. Read on to find out how you can ...

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Yuba and Sutter Counties

A Family for Every Child

In Yuba and Sutter counties, there are more than 300 children in foster care who are in need of stable, loving families. Read on to find out how you can help.

Published June, 2015

Families NOW

We CAN find permanent families for foster youth. This publication for the foster-youth advocacy nonprofit Families NOW, shows what needs to be done to achieve permanent families for every foster ...

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Families NOW

Finding Family

We CAN find permanent families for foster youth. This publication for the foster-youth advocacy nonprofit Families NOW, shows what needs to be done to achieve permanent families for every foster child in California.

Published July, 2015

Napa County Foster Care

Some people don’t think there are foster children in Napa County, but there are. The need is here — in our community. And all it takes is a heart to ...

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Napa County Foster Care

All It Takes Is a Heart to Help

Some people don’t think there are foster children in Napa County, but there are. The need is here — in our community. And all it takes is a heart to help. Families are needed to foster children, especially older youth, Spanish speakers and sibling sets. Thanks to partnerships with Lilliput Children’s Services and Aldea Foster Care, Napa County has many resources to support families and children in making forever homes. In this publication, readers will learn that foster children is a community issue and will be inspired to take action by being a foster or concurrent (willing to adopt) family.

Published September, 2015

Sacramento County Department of Child Protective Services

What happens after a child is removed from an unsafe environment? How can the community step in to fill the need by caring for these children? With roughly 2,300 children ...

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Sacramento County Department of Child Protective Services

This Is Family

What happens after a child is removed from an unsafe environment? How can the community step in to fill the need by caring for these children? With roughly 2,300 children currently in foster care, and 500 of those children in need of forever families, this issue is one that deeply affects both the children and the greater community. This publication brings a message of hope, demonstrating the positive outcomes that are possible by telling the stories of children who are thriving thanks to their foster and adoptive families. Targeted particularly at potential foster/adoptive families, the piece educates and encourages, helping families gain the confidence to step forward and welcome a child into their lives.

Published October, 2014

County of Orange Social Services Agency

Foster children are not someone else’s problem to take care of. These are Orange County’s children, and we all share responsibility to help them succeed by providing permanency and love. ...

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County of Orange Social Services Agency

Orange County's Foster Children Need You

Foster children are not someone else’s problem to take care of. These are Orange County’s children, and we all share responsibility to help them succeed by providing permanency and love. It takes a commitment from all of us to achieve this. There are 3,000 children in our community who need your help right now. Resource families are needed to provide love and support to foster children until their journey ends, whether through reunification with birth parents or adoption into a forever home.

Published June, 2016

Santa Clara County Social Services Agency

What happens after a child is removed from an unsafe environment? How can the community step in to fill the need by caring for these children? With many children in ...

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Santa Clara County Social Services Agency

Foster a Future

What happens after a child is removed from an unsafe environment? How can the community step in to fill the need by caring for these children? With many children in Santa Clara County in need of forever families, this issue is one that deeply affects both the children and the greater community. This publication will bring a message of hope, demonstrating the positive outcomes that are possible by showcasing children who are thriving thanks to their resource and adoptive families. Targeted particularly at potential resource and adoptive families of high quality, the piece will educate and encourage, helping families gain the confidence to step forward and welcome a child into their lives. Stories will dispel myths, provide an overview of the process, resources and support, and engage readers emotionally. The goal is to acknowledge that foster care and adoption are challenging undertakings, but so important and rewarding. Tone of piece is positive, empowering, encouraging.

Published August, 2016

Santa Clara County Social Services Agency

Điều gì xảy ra sau khi một đứa trẻ được lấy ra từ một môi trường không an toàn? Làm thế nào cộng đồng có thể bước vào để lấp ...

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Santa Clara County Social Services Agency

De nuoi duong tot cho the he tuong lai

Điều gì xảy ra sau khi một đứa trẻ được lấy ra từ một môi trường không an toàn? Làm thế nào cộng đồng có thể bước vào để lấp đầy nhu cầu bằng cách chăm sóc những đứa trẻ? Với nhiều trẻ em ở Hạt Santa Clara có nhu cầu của các gia đình mãi mãi, vấn đề này là một trong những ảnh hưởng sâu sắc cả trẻ em và cộng đồng tốt hơn. mảnh này sẽ mang lại một thông điệp hy vọng, cho thấy kết quả tích cực mà có thể bằng cách giới thiệu trẻ em đang phát triển mạnh nhờ vào tài nguyên của họ và gia đình nhận nuôi. Mục tiêu đặc biệt là ở tài nguyên tiềm năng và gia đình nhận nuôi có chất lượng cao, mảnh sẽ giáo dục và khuyến khích, giúp đỡ các gia đình có được sự tự tin để bước về phía trước và chào đón một đứa trẻ vào cuộc sống của họ.

Published August, 2016

Sacramento County Child Protective Services

Foster care is a journey. And you don’t always know where the path is going or how long it will take to get there. Right now in Sacramento County, there ...

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Sacramento County Child Protective Services

Guiding Foster Kids to Success

Foster care is a journey. And you don’t always know where the path is going or how long it will take to get there. Right now in Sacramento County, there are more than 2,000 children on this journey – and they need loving people to go with them. Now, a major change in foster care in California is putting the needs of children first by making sure the same caregiver can be with a foster child for that entire journey. Called Resource Family Approval, it ensures that any caregiver receive proper approvals, training and support to care for a child until they are reunified with a birth parent or are adopted.

Published June, 2017

Sierra Forever Families, EMQ Families First & Lilliput Children's Services

Every child deserves a lifelong family. With help from volunteers, mentors and donations, Sierra Forever Families works to find permanent homes for foster children and youth in Sacramento.

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Sierra Forever Families, EMQ Families First & Lilliput Children's Services

National Adoption Month

Every child deserves a lifelong family. With help from volunteers, mentors and donations, Sierra Forever Families works to find permanent homes for foster children and youth in Sacramento.

Published October, 2011