Love Me, Feed Me | Adoption Book

Love Me Feed Me Adoption Book

Love Me, Feed Me is a relationship-building, practical guide to help Fostering and Adoptive Families enjoy family meals and raise children who eat a variety of foods and grow to have the body that is right for them.

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Smashing Through the Glass Ceilings of Foster Care

Mom at Last

Like all foster kids Paul and Jared are in the foster system through no fault of their own. The adults in their lives have failed them. Their government has failed them. Their community has failed them.

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1,200 new foster parents sought | Foster Care

Mom at Last

DAYTONA BEACH — Walking into a stranger’s home in Orange City two years ago after being removed from her parents, Paxton Zancker was tense and had no idea what to expect.

“Walk for Adoption” to Help Local Children Find Permanent Families

Mom at Last

“What makes a house feel like a home?” asks Jordan’s Furniture CEO Eliot Tatelman. “It’s not furniture,” comes the surprising answer, “It’s family. But thousands of kids living right here in Massachusetts are waiting for all the comforts of home AND family,” he added.

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Immigrant Children Face Uncertain Futures, Foster Care

Foster Care

WASHINGTON — More than 5,000 children of immigrants are languishing in state foster care nationwide because their parents were living in the United States illegally and were detained or deported by federal immigration authorities. … Continue reading →