As families prepare to support an adopted child, trauma-informed education and considering other perspectives are vital. The reality is that adopted children eventually grow up to be adults and will have their own experiences to share. So, how can adoptive families best raise and support their child? It is important to listen to adopted children …
There are many ways that the people of God can rally around those who feel a unique call to foster care and adoption.
Adoption won’t always move in a straight line, but it’s an outreach of immense importance and one that rests at the heart of the Gospel.
Simple gestures can go a long way to help a foster family.
Both the Old and New Testaments contain stories of adoption. Here are a few examples of God being glorified through adoption in the Bible.
The Reel Hope Project’s goal is to present children to potential families for who they are as a person. By creating unique, two-minute video reels, The Reel Hope Project gives children for adoption from foster care a chance to say, “This is the real me.”
Trauma impacts a child deeply. Trauma informed care equips foster and adoptive parents to help their children thrive.
There are approximately 6,000 children in foster care in Alabama. Learn how you can get involved.
Abuse and neglect affects a child’s belief system. But it is possible to reverse the effects through new words and experiences.
It is estimated that 45% of pregnancies are unplanned, leaving many women to wonder about the facts surrounding adoption vs. abortion.