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    • Foster care is not only a passion of mine, it is what I have devoted my life to. I would like to offer my services to you, free of charge, as a contributor to any foster care newsletter you might publish. I write a monthly column for a number of foster care newsletters across the nation. This column is an informative and educational one, and is roughly 500 words long each month. I would be delighted to provide this column to your newsletter, as well, as a way of not only helping your foster parents/foster children, but as a way of saying thank you for the help you do provide. Please simply let me know if this would be helpful to you. I look forward, very much, to hearing back from you, and helping you as we both work together for our foster care system. Cheers! -Dr. John DeGarmo Author, Speaker, Trainer
      October 16 at 4:35pm
    • Lupe O Tovar
       Plan ahead: *November* is National Adoption Month - Check out the 2012 website which is now *live* via Children's Bureau, Child Welfare Information Gateway, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services & ACF!
      3 · October 16 at 8:44am
    • Just stopping by to say thank you for all that you do. If you ever have any information that you would like me to share, please visit my fb page Placer Playtime Publications and post it.
      October 14 at 11:39pm
    •  know about PRATYUSH through
      October 14 at 11:55am
    • Angela Durrell
      Who is the the Board of Director? How has this organization been around?
      October 13 at 10:09am
  2. There are more than 104,000 children and youth in foster care waiting for adoptive families. This year's National Adoption Month initiative focuses on using social media to build the capacity of States to recruit and retain parents. Learn more here:
  3. “The Children’s Bureau and Family Planning” is the sixth article in the Centennial Series, CB Decade-by-Decade. This series examines highlights from each decade of CB’s first 100 years:
  4. Join the Children's Bureau on Oct. 9 from 12–1:30 p.m. (EST) for "Formal Education or School of Life? What are the Best Credentials for the Child Welfare Workforce?" The webinar will examine the educational paths that lead workers to the child welfare field, and how educational levels impact the relationships between workers and communities in which they serve. Register now:
  5. “Selecting and Working With a Therapist Skilled in Adoption” offers information on different types of therapy and providers available to help adoptive families and how to find an appropriate therapist. Download the updated factsheet on Information Gateway now:

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