The Christensens adopted their daughter as an older foster youth, an age group highlighted this year as part of National Adoption Month.
50 for 50
Over our anniversary year, this section will share 50 short articles that reflect on the milestones and progress the child welfare field has achieved over the past 50 years.
Business leaders have an opportunity to change lives and make a meaningful difference in many ways.
“It’s the journey, not the destination, that empowers us,” says the co-founder of Running Strong for American Indian Youth.
A Georgia sales executive knows the elation of American athletes who recently returned from the 2016 Rio Olympics with a record 121 medals.
Shana King received a 2016 Casey Excellence for Children Award for birth parent. Nominate a hero like her for the 2017 awards.
Maritza Lorenzana is the recipient of a 2016 Casey Excellence for Children Award. Nominations are now open for the 2017 awards.
Emerging Communities of Hope are already making positive gains around the country.
Young adults in the Shadow Program shared stories of their time in foster care and thoughts on improving the system with members of Congress.
To keep children truly safe, we must consider how strengthening and supporting families can help set the bar higher.
Learn more about the promising approaches being developed today to keep children safe.