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  Since 1976, our country has celebrated Black History Month during the month of February. The month of February was chosen to coincide with the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. President Gerald Ford officially recognized Black History Month and called on the American...

      Did you know? There are currently over 5,700 children in foster care in the state of Alabama, but only 2,360 foster homes (AL DHR).   Up to 50% of foster parents stop fostering in their first year (nyfi.org).   What can you and I do to help? First, we need...

Navigating Emotional and Practical Obstacles The role of a foster parent is an incredibly important one, offering a lifeline to children in need of care, stability, and love. Despite the best intentions, the journey is riddled with emotional and practical challenges that are unique to this...

When foster parents don’t get the help they need and deserve, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. We understand how it feels not to have the proper resources and training you need to raise your foster children. We also know how it feels as...