The Foster Care Roundup recently interviewed Eden Hauslaib and Julie Farber of ACS to learn more about the Home Away From Home initiative.
Elvira Northington has been a foster parent in upstate New York for 20 years. Here, she talks about her experiences with foster parenting and becoming an advocate for foster parents.
This edition of the Foster Care Roundup features stories from youth and families directly impacted by the child welfare system.
The photographer behind Humans of Foster Care spoke with us about her work and the importance of sharing first-person perspectives of care.
This edition of the Foster Care Roundup spotlights newly available resources and promising research of interest to the child welfare community.
The New York City Council on Oct. 27 passed seven bills and one resolution aimed at improvements and additional oversight in the city’s foster care system.
The Family First act is dead after Senate adjourns, a teen’s decision to return to foster care and a new resource for child welfare professionals and policymakers on LGBTQ youth in the child welfare system.
In the first edition of the Roundup, a siblings’ rights reform bill, tax incentives for hiring foster youth, the role of preventive services in a young foster care alumna’s life and more.
We asked child welfare leaders for their thoughts on the The New York City Council’s recently proposed bills aimed at addressing the city’s foster care system.
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