Monthly Archives: October 2010

Major Adoption Study Says Families NOT Receiving Essential Services

In a major new study of adoption practices across the country, the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute said too many families are not receiving essential services while raising children who previously had been abused, neglected or institutionalized. The report, “Keeping … Continue reading

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Forever Family Receives National Recognition

Forever Family, the South Florida nonprofit that utilizes television segments and on-air media partnerships and promotions to create awareness about children and teens in the foster care system, has been presented with the Adoption Excellence Award by the United States Department of … Continue reading

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Effects of Domestic Violence on Children

Via the Florida Children’s Campaign weekly Newsletter, linking to an article that originally appeared in the Florida Times-Union, the full version of which can be found here. Thanks! Children who witness violent and abusive behavior in their homes are the … Continue reading

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Women’s Law Center Conference Call on Child Care Assistance

Interested in learning more about the most recent developments in state child care assistance programs? Looking for information about what the future holds for families needing help with their child care costs and the providers in their communities? Join The … Continue reading

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Stopp The Organized Pill Pushers!

Picture a Nation without Pill Mills. Unimaginable damage has been done in Florida to families and children who have been victims of the despicable practices of these profit-at-all-cost facilities (There are more Pain Clinics in Broward County that McDonald’s outlets). … Continue reading

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A Symposium on Gay Adoption in Florida

Great opportunity for all concerned citizens to participate, because it appears that Florida has finally been dragged into the 21st Century, and “The Best Interests of the Child” standard that has been the norm for decades in divorce and typical … Continue reading

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