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National Foster Care Month: Opening the Doors of Conversation about Birth Families

Compiled by Jenny Riddle with Traci Newell, LBSW, TBRI® Practitioner, Education Specialist & National Program Director for Families Count For foster parents, talking with children in their care about their families may be uncomfortable, particularly when circumstances are challenging. As shepherds of…

Nutrition and the Vulnerable Child

WHY NUTRITION MATTERS: A healthy diet is an important factor for everyone. When we eat properly, we give our bodies the nutrients it needs to feel our best. For a child coming from trauma, proper nutrition proves to be even more significant….

Stealing

Stealing can be a sensitive subject for many of us, especially when there is a strong emphasis on the value of working hard in our culture. When something that belongs to us is stolen, it evokes a strong response. Sometimes this is…

Self-Harm

Self-Harm is a term that may cause foster or adoptive parents’ anxiety level to go up. We hope this information will better equip you as a parent to feel pre-pared and capable to respond appropriately to this behavior. Let’s begin by de-fining…

CEU: An Overnight Family

Join us as discuss the topic of transitioning from foster care to adoption. We will emphasize the importance of support, education, and advocating as it relates to new transitions within the household. This training will also highlight the importance of seeking guidance…

CEU: Becoming Victorious in the Midst of Infertility

In this training we will discuss the topic of infertility. Join us as we highlight how Christ can be implemented in your walk of life during infertility adversities. In this training, we will also discuss emotions associated with infertility, benefits of gaining…

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