Rachel’s closed Facebook page is called Teens With Foster Siblings: Let Our Voices Be Heard. On this page, everyone will have the opportunity to constructively write down their thoughts, stories, and questions about life with foster siblings/adoptive siblings. If you, or anyone you know, is a teen with a foster/adoptive sibling, let them know about this page! I know that once it is grown a little more, it will be a great resource. (:
Beyond Trauma and Attachment (BeTA) described themselves as “A group of mothers who are raising children that have experienced Complex Trauma and struggle with attachment difficulties.”
Check it out:
National Foster Parent Association says, “The mission of NFPA is to support foster parents in achieving safety, permanence and well-being for the children and youth in their care.”
Their Facebook page:
The Foster Parenting Toolbox describes themselves as, “Up-to-date resources, links, and advice that empowers each of us working with children in out-of-home care and expands and adds to material in the book. The Foster Parenting Toolbox is “What to Expect…” for foster parents! Share and learn with us.”
mnADOPT says, “MN ADOPT provides information, resources, education, and support to adoptive, kinship, and foster families.” Both their Facebook page and website are great resources to getting involved within the community!
NACAC (North American Council on Adoptable Children) “. . .because every child deserves a permanent , loving, and culturally competent family”