Engaging Faith-Based Communities to Achieve Timely Permanency for Children and Youth Waiting to Be Adopted - Center for States - Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative
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Engaging Faith-Based Communities to Achieve Timely Permanency for Children and Youth Waiting to Be Adopted
See strategies and examples for partnering with faith-based communities and leaders on behalf of children and youth in foster care waiting to be adopted.
Capacity Building Center for States
Provides strategies and examples of how to partner with faith-based communities and leaders on behalf of children and youth in foster care waiting to be adopted. This tip sheet give suggestions about how agencies can work with places of worship to raise awareness about the number of children and youth waiting to be adopted in their area, reach potential adoptive parents, and provide support to adoptive parents.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2019). Engaging faith-based communities to achieve timely permanency for children and youth waiting to be adopted. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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