How to Help Foster Youth Transition to a New Foster or Adoptive Home
March 19th, 2020Tips and Advice
There are over 420,000 youth in the foster care system across the country, and over half of them will find themselves living... Read More »
John Burton Foundation’s Covid-19 Resources
March 18th, 2020Tips and Advice
COVID-19 Virus Resources – Cell Phones, Laptops, Work Study Payments, Free Storage   As the situation surrounding the COVID-19 virus becomes increasingly... Read More »
The Best Children’s Books About Adopted or Foster Kids Prove Love Makes a Family
January 22nd, 2020From Our Blog
Talking to kids about adoption or fostering isn’t easy; our words and even our tone towards the topics can shape adopted and... Read More »
How a Child in Foster Can Qualify for Social Security Benefits
December 29th, 2019Tips and Advice
  How a Child in Foster Can Qualify for Social Security Benefits Providing a loving foster home for a child is one... Read More »
These Tools Help Coach College Youth Aged Out of Foster Care to Develop Relationships
October 16th, 2019From Our Blog
What does it take to engage students who age out of foster care into supportive relationships on the college campus? It helps... Read More »
My journey from foster sister to foster mom
August 23rd, 2019Real Stories
I stayed home from school the day Dwayne* left our home. As a young teen, I had fallen in love with the... Read More »
9 Ways to Smooth the Transition from Foster Care into an Adoptive Home
February 22nd, 2019From Our Blog
Whether you are adopting a foster child currently in your home or receiving an adoptive placement for a child who is living... Read More »
How to be Friends with a Foster Mom
January 18th, 2019From Our Blog
So your friend has become a foster mom or maybe you just met a new friend and it turns out she’s a... Read More »
The Modern Dads Reading List
February 23rd, 2018Tips and Advice
Five books dads can read — and enjoy — with their kids Dads and moms alike know that reading to children, even small babies,... Read More »