Fostering Perspectives is sponsored by the North Carolina Division of Social Services, SaySo (Strong Able Youth Speaking Out), and the Family and Children’s Resource Program, part of the University of North Carolina School of Social Work. These organizations contribute to the development and production of each issue in an effort to improve the quality of foster care in North Carolina.
Advisory Board, May 2020
Erin Baluyot, NC Division of Social Services
Jamie Bazemore, Child Welfare Consultant
Glenda Clare, Center for Family and Community Engagement
Carmelita Coleman, Children’s Home Society of NC
Jodi Franck, NC Division of Social Services
Amy Huntsman, Buncombe County HHS
Rochelle Johnson, Foster Parent
Trishana Jones, NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Claudia Kearney, Center for Family and Community Engagement
Maurita McCorkle, Foster Family Alliance-NC
Jennifer Nehlsen, NC Administrative Office of the Courts
Jeanne Preisler, Center for Family and Community Engagement
Jonathan Rockoff, UNC School of Social Work
Shirley Williams, NC Division of Social Services
Editor: John McMahon, UNC School of Social Work
Website: John McMahon and Matt Tarpley, UNC School of Social Work
Fostering Perspectives exists to promote the professional development of North Carolina’s child welfare professionals and foster, kinship, and adoptive parents and to provide a forum where the people involved can exchange ideas about the child welfare system in our state.
The opinions and beliefs expressed herein are not necessarily those of its publishers, the NC Division of Social Services and the University of North Carolina School of Social Work. In an effort to serve readers, we sometimes reference other sources of information (e.g., books, web pages). Any listing of this sort is not necessarily an endorsement of these references.
Fostering Perspectives is published in May and November of each year.
A printed copy of Fostering Perspectives is sent directly to all of North Carolina’s county departments of social services and to all foster parents and group homes licensed through the NC Division of Social Services. If you think you should be receiving Fostering Perspectives but are not, please contact us at the above address or by e-mail.
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Address correspondence to:
Family and Children’s Resource Program
UNC School of Social Work
100 Europa Drive, Suite 571 – CB# 5220
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
E-mail: [email protected]