Christian Alliance for Orphans
Child Welfare, Adoption Conference Schedule Impacted by Coronavirus Closures
March through May is generally one of the peak times to hold a child welfare conference. But the coronavirus pandemic that has cancelled schools, sporting events and even closed restaurants and non-essential businesses, has also put a halt to those events.
Virginia Shooter’s Tenure as a Foster Parent Points to Desperate Need for Loving Foster Homes
A few weeks ago, Congressman Steve Scalise, a friend and colleague from the state of Louisiana, was tragically shot alongside three others during an early morning baseball practice in Arlington, Virginia.
Capitol Hill Child Welfare Briefings Cover Faith, Kinship and Opioid Addiction
Kinship caregivers and the church community can play a bigger role in supplying homes for youth who have to leave abusive and neglectful homes, and better substance abuse treatment efforts can prevent some kids from needing to leave at all.