Child Protection Needs a ‘Race to the Moon’ Mentality
In the practice of child welfare, we are called upon to model a set of core values. Woven throughout Family Finding and my partnership with the Seneca Family of Agencies is an evolving philosophy of “unconditional care” that translates into, “Our plans may fail, but the family and child will not.”
U.S. Foster Care for Syrian Children: One Family’s Blessing, Another Family’s Loss
I am reminded from time to time about how responsive and compassionate the American people can be by reading stories like the one recently published by The Imprint about the opening of the American foster care system to Syrian children.
Founder of the Family Finding Movement Interview: Part II
Today, we continue with Part Two of the Q&A with Kevin Campbell, founder of the Family Finding model. Did you miss Part One? Click here to read! Q. Do you think the Family Finding effort is capable of replacing foster care in the future?
Founder of the Family Finding Movement Interview: Part I
Kevin Campbell developed “Family Finding,” a set of strategies being used throughout the United States and Canada to address the loneliness of children in foster care by creating lifelong supports for children and young people living in foster care and institutions.