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Featured Child

Just call Tre’Vone, 17, the All-American teen. He loves to play football, eat hamburgers, and watch fireworks on the 4th of July. Tre’Vone plans to attend college.


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Featured Siblings

This sibling group of four sisters and one brother are described as caring, well-mannered children who enjoy spending time together.


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Family Story

Kimberly and Mark Woolpert responded to the need for families for Native American children by adopting nine children with tribal heritage.


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  News and Announcements

Posted 7/22/2015

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Help AdoptUSKids help you! Tell us your opinions about our online resources and tools by taking this 15 to 20-minute survey. All information gathered is anonymous and will help us identify what’s working and where we can improve to better serve you.

Posted 7/20/2015

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Potential wins for foster youth in No Child Left Behind rewrite

Both chambers of Congress have passed a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind Act that would address school stability and graduation rates for children in foster care.

Posted 6/5/2015

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Localization grants now available

Proposals for grants from the Adoption Exchange Association to extend the reach of the national adoption recruitment campaign into local media markets are being accepted until Friday, July 31. Questions must be submitted by June 12.

Posted 5/13/2015

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New adoption factsheet series

Child Welfare Information Gateway has posted a new series of publications about parenting adopted children, including guides for parents of preschoolers, school-age children, and teenagers.

Posted 4/9/2015

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Social media and your foster or adopted teens: 4 risks and what you can do

Teens who are in or adopted from foster care may be particularly vulnerable to risks associated with social media because of environmental factors often present in their lives. Understanding the risks and identifying possible solutions will help you help your teen use social media safely.

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