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12/26/19 The Monte Family, Maryland     Adoption is definitely a rollercoaster but it’s worth it in the end. By adopting through foster care, Samuel and Galadriel Monte have created a loving, cohesive family. In a period of just...
1/2/20 The Mays Family, Missouri    My children are my LIFE! “I had no intention of adopting,” reports Stacy Mays, who is now the proud mother of six adopted children, ages 8 to 17. She offers a simple explanation for how she...
1/9/20 The Simmons-Ray Family, Pennsylvania    We love him with our entire hearts. Jaime Simmons and Mary Ray cite their family’s greatest strengths as resilience and a sense of humor. They write, “We can laugh at just about...
1/16/20 The Nichols Family, Nevada             It's hard, but so worth it. Christopher and Michelle Nichols were contemplating starting a family when Clark County contacted them about a newborn in need of a safe foster home....
  12/04/2019 You will love and be loved for the rest of your life.  Proud parents Mom and Dad describe their family as “loving, accepting, and fun.” Those qualities led them to undertake foster/adoptive parenting, and likely...
12/4/19 Congregate care in the United States has dramatically evolved from the 1800s to now. Now that the  Family First Prevention Services Act has passed and the Family First Transition and Support Act is in place, we are taking...
11/27/19 Having a family is one of the best things that ever happened for me. Due to their family’s myriad experiences, adoption was a logical choice for Anthony and Vontrice Roberts. Anthony's grandparents had fostered over 100...
11/20/19 Helping to mold a child’s life for good is definitely worth it. Throughout their careers as pastors, Jack and Nancy Blansit had firsthand experience with struggling families and neglected children. In addition to raising...
11/6/19 We knew that she belonged with us. Like many families who adopt from foster care, Odin and Tai chose to create their family by adopting and having birth  children. In a less usual twist, they adopted first, as a childless...
10/30/19 I knew I was loved when I finally felt safe. When Steven and Karlie Sears applied to become foster parents, they indicated their openness to children of various ages, ethnicities, and abilities.  Karlie writes, “We are...

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