Vol. 6, No. 2• May 2002

Fostering Relationships

Contents

Fostering relationships: Overcoming birth parent prejudice for the best interest of the child
Get in-service training credit for reading this newsletter
May is Foster Care Month!
Parenting power: Helping children cope with teasing

News from the Executive Director of the N.C. Foster Parent Association

Meet the NCFPA Board Members
Struggling with the foster/adoptive child's attachment to the birth family
N.C. Foster Parent Association's 2001 Conference
Opportunities to help the NCFPA
A cry from my heart
Foster home licensing changes improve service delivery to children

Kids Pages

Adoption celebration touches hearts
Famous adoptees

Why I am proud to be adopted

What adoption means to me
A virtual clubhouse for kids in foster care
Mending broken lives: A foster/adoptive mother reflects on her calling and the children in her life
FYI: Outcomes for drug-exposed children eight years after adoption
Youth in transition featured in AdvoCasey
Foster teens: Join SAY SO!
Training opportunity for foster parents

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