Nearly 100 students in foster care in Miami-Dade were honored Saturday at a special graduation ceremony.
Hundreds of kids across the state in foster care have received an early Christmas present – a trip to spend the holiday with relatives or family friends.
The 13th Annual A Home For The Holidays With Martina McBride, an entertainment special featuring stories about adoption from foster care, will be broadcasted Wednesday night on CBS Television Network.
There have been a number of changes to Florida’s child welfare program. A decade ago, the state began turning over it’s program to private contractors instead of state workers. Almost everyone involved feels that the change has been for the best, but that’s all it is — a feeling.
Kids In Distress serves those described in it’s name. It’s a safe haven for foster kids and promotes healthy families in the community.
A recently renovated apartment building in downtown Miami will give teen boys who age out of foster care a safe place to stay until they learn to take care of themselves.
In the wake of the Nubia Barahona family tragedy, the challenges of the foster care system have been realized along with the deadly consequences of its flaws.
The Focus Show welcomes CEO and President of Voices For Children, Nelson Hincapie, to explain more about the GAL program and the impact it has on the children it serves.
A Miami judge has placed a toddler found home alone in an apartment on Thursday in the care of a foster family.
A Broward judge decided Thursday that an 11-month-old boy in foster care, who was hospitalized this week with a skull fracture, will be placed with a different foster family.