Supreme Court Probes Constitutionality of Indian Child Welfare Act
Number of Youth in Foster Care Dropped Again in 2021
The number of youth in America's foster care systems dropped below 400,000 for the first time since 2012 according to new federal data
Seeing, Humanizing and Affirming Black Boys in Foster Care and Adoption
Demontea Thompson connects the racist remarks of an L.A. councilmembers to the broader conversation about race and foster care
How a Chippewa Grandmother’s Adoption Fight Ended Up in the U.S. Supreme Court
An untold story behind the Supreme Court case challenging the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Influential International Adoption Nonprofit’s CEO Steps Down, CFO Steps Up
Phil Littleton, the longtime chief executive of Holt International Children’s Services, left his position late last month.
Adjusting to My Adoptive Family
Three years after I moved in, my adoptive parents got divorced. My brain pinpointed me as the problem, writes George Romero.
Feds Announce $10 Million To Expand Reach of Adoption Training Initiative
The federal government will invest $10 million to expand and evaluate the National Adoption Competency Mental Health Training Initiative.
Executive Order Pledges Better Support for LGBTQ Youth
In an executive order issued this month, President Joe Biden detailed his plan to advance equality for LGBTQ youth and adults.
Why Do Adoption Assistance Payments in Ohio Average Less Than 50% of Foster Care Payments?
Ohio could support adoptive parents on par with those who foster. Tim O'Hanlon asks: Why don't they?