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“I’ve never been so happy to say ‘Mom and Dad’!”

After 10 years in foster care, and nearing her 16th birthday, Kayla was fearful of the unknowns of an adoptive family and questioned whether she even deserved a family. But […]

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Youth in Child-Focused Recruitment (CFR) finds his forever home!

“If someone is having a bad day, you can always encourage them to have a better day. That is why you need someone friendly and kind.” – Rocky, CHS adoptee […]

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Feeling Safe & Sound

We love sharing family stories from our families. A while back we sat down with the Shrewsbury family to learn more about their story. Melinda, an adoptive parent, works in […]

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Inside Look: Parenting Education Services offered by Children’s Home Society

Being a parent is a tough job, especially during difficult times like we find ourselves in today. Children’s Home Society offers Parenting Education Services to parents from all backgrounds, custom […]

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Seen Out Load Podcast

Everyone deserves to be seen and heard. We want to introduce you to a new podcast, Seen Out Loud (formerly known as Seen and Heard) by Institute for Family. Here, […]

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After spending his 13-years in foster care, Kaleb finds his forever family

Kaleb is happiest when he is out of his wheelchair and arm splints and being held and loved. His new parents, Jayne and Vladimir Radionov see that first hand when […]

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Inside Look: November is National Adoption Month

Adopting a child is a journey that can follow different paths. In this video, we share several of the various types of adoption paths you can follow with us, and […]

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Surry County adopted woman reunites with biological siblings after more than 50 years

It was a long time coming for Joan Vaughn to finally meet her biological brother and sister. Something she never imagined would happen, but after more than 50 years, she […]

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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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