“You could become a brain surgeon or you could be a bathroom cleaner — it doesn’t matter. Once you come into my home ... you’re my kid for life," said Guy Bryant, who has dedicated his life to young people in need.
The actress adopted her son, Louis, and daughter, Laila.
A letter sent to parents in Pennsylvania's Wyoming Valley West School District says parents could be taken to court over children's lunch debt.
Miracle Hill Ministries just announced it's allowing non-evangelicals as employees and prospective foster parents. But Jews, queer people and others need not apply.
A North Carolina group home says federal law could hurt foster kids with nowhere else to go.
Eden Rogers and Brandy Welch say a waiver granted to religious foster care agencies allows the groups to discriminate against prospective foster parents.
The highs, lows and things they wish they knew before they started.
The Sesame Street in Communities program has introduced Karli, a character who lives with her foster parents Clem and Dalia.
The "Good Place" actress called the ban "upsetting, inhumane, and blatantly demonstrative of a hatred of women."
Bethany Christian Services in Grand Rapids was handling 1,159 cases as of February.
Nationally, the number of children entering foster care increased every year from 2013 to 2016 while the number of available foster homes fell in at least half of the states.
Faith-based agencies will no longer be able to cite religious objections in turning away couples or individuals under a new legal settlement.
The end of the federal Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 will make it easier for non-Native parents to adopt Native American children.
The Cleveland native is using social media to change the perception of foster care.
Some foster parents are getting more training and a lot more money to become professional caretakers.
The Trump administration has given South Carolina's Miracle Hill Ministries permission to continue rejecting potential foster parents based on religious criteria.
The federal government has placed most of the 14,300 migrant children in its care in packed detention facilities.
A South Bronx school started by a child welfare agency has gradually found answers for educating youth in foster care.