Camryn Holley

Camryn Holley is currently a college student at John Brown University studying to earn her degree in Family and Human Services. During summer 2020, Camryn is serving as the Foster Care and Adoption Intern at Focus on the Family. After her family adopted a sibling group through foster care, Camryn has been eager to find ways in which she can make a difference in the lives of children/youth in foster care. She enjoys hiking, reading, and traveling as much as she can.

From Trash Bag to Suitcase: How A Small Act Can Make A Difference

Children and youth in foster care can move an average of seven times before the age of 18. Usually, they leave abruptly and with very few personal belongings. In some cases, there is no time to find a backpack or suitcase, so they collect their items a …

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Serving Foster Youth and Families: Everyone Can Do Something

Foster care is a silent epidemic that is overtaking so many lives. Over 440,000 children and youth have been removed from their homes and experienced immense trauma. Children being born into a survival situation. Youth who are susceptible to moving sch …