To celebrate Foster Care Awareness Month we are highlighting stories shared by Foster Parents with the FFA! This week Elisha shares her insights and advice to those considering foster care.
John and Vicki Hoffner have been making a difference as foster parents with David & Margaret for a little over a year. They accepted their first placement of two school-aged boys in January of 2020 after completing their certification process with the Foster Family and Adoption Agency!
It's opening day for Major League Baseball and spring is in the air! Did you know MLB also has some strong connections to foster care and adoption?
The social workers at David & Margaret are trained in the process of completing home studies and are there to be as supportive and helpful as you need. It can be a daunting experience to have some much of your life looked in to, but they are there to address any issues and to support you in your goal of adopting. Because they have completed so many home studies they bring many ideas and suggestions and know how you are feeling. They will be with you throughout the process and make sure all your questions are answered. The home study will help determine what type of placement will be most appropriate for you.
David, Scott, Christopher and Matthew make up a wonderful family brought together in an extraordinary way!
David & Margaret is dedicated to providing support to children, youth and families involved in foster care. In recognition of Foster Care Awareness Month we are pleased to announce progressive steps to further support team members involved in the foster care system.
May is Foster Care Awareness Month, and our theme for the observance is “It Takes a Village.” In this post, we talked to Dan about his and his wife’s experiences as foster/adoptive parents.
Hop Skip Drive, helping youth in foster care and families across the nation.
Mo Williams, BUSD shares insights into the village supporting youth in foster care.
May is National Foster Care Awareness Month (NFCAM), a time dedicated to raising awareness for all the children and youth in foster care. It is also when we honor the foster parents, families, volunteers, child welfare professionals, and members of the community who have a role in supporting youth who experience foster care!
Former foster youth Joy Clarke’s recent graduation from Cal Poly Pomona is a testament to her laser-sharp focus on her future.
Maria was born into the foster system, living with a variety of foster families and attending many schools. “My experience? It was good, all my social workers were nice, friendly...
Mr. and Mrs. Greenblatt have been active foster parents with David & Margaret for the last ten years. They have opened their home and heart to many foster children over the years.