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Event Brings Family and Friends Together To Sip & Support CHS

Christie Luckenbach has been a member of the Children’s Home Society family from an early age when Dr. Harry and Peggy Killian adopted her as an infant through CHS. The […]

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New Early Childhood Development Program

Children’s Home Society has been selected to be the lead implementing organization for a Guilford County-wide Community Navigation program to work with expectant parents and parents of children birth to […]

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CHS Charts Strategic Direction To Advance Child And Family Well-Being

At Children’s Home Society we believe that family is the number one determinant of child well-being and success. With that as our motivation, we have launched our new five-year strategic […]

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month

National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month is a month-long observance to educate and raise awareness about bullying and cyberbullying prevention. Educators and teachers can help address and prevent bullying by creating a safe, […]

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“Different, but just like you and me”

A Winston-Salem author is releasing a new children’s book focused on foster care and adoption hoping to inspire people of all ages to be accepting. Taneisha Gist published her first […]

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SaySo organization supports local youth in substitute care

A nationally recognized organization for youth who have spent time in substitute care is ensuring they have a voice and support system to lead successful lives. The nonprofit is called […]

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COVID-19 Supports Still Available for Youth and Young Adults Transitioning from Foster Care

May 11, 2021 The Child Welfare Information Gateway is encouraging young adults who entered into foster care after 14 and are currently younger than 27 to apply for pandemic relief […]

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Adopted children & their family business

The Dickens are big advocates of adoption and debunking the common misconceptions surrounding adoption and shared their story here. All five Dickens children help run the downtown Greensboro family business, Savor […]

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Greensboro family says adoption is “the most rewarding thing you could do in your life”

James and Tonya Dickens, a Greensboro family, are no strangers when it comes to adopting children and understanding the process. They want to help debunk some misconceptions out there surrounding […]

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Hope Lives in a Place to Call Home: April 22nd

More and more kids enter foster care each year, and the fear is that number will exponentially rise because of the pandemic, according to Kristen Smalley, vice president of philanthropy […]

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Balancing high school while holding a part-time job

Jonathan has a really sweet spirit about him and describes himself as being kind and helpful. He loves sports, but especially playing basketball. His favorite subject is English because he […]

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