Celebrate Native American Heritage Month, Foster Care Month, and more!
Tend to Your Safety and Well-being
As this holiday season approaches, many of us look forward to visiting with family and friends and sharing in the joys of the season. This time of year is also stressful for eight out of ten Americans; and especially for people who have been exposed to trauma or who have suffered a loss. To help you prepare, we've compiled a list of resources to increase safety and well-being during the holidays.
During Native American Heritage Month, we hope you will join us in celebrating ICWA’s legacy of keeping Native children safe, healthy, and connected to their families, communities, and cultures by learning more about allyship, active efforts, and building effective tribal-state partnerships.
Every child has a story, and sharing that story can be tough - especially for teens in foster care. As a child welfare professional, learning and understanding a youth’s journey can be crucial to placing them in a permanent home. That’s why every conversation matters. Visit the National Adoption Month website to discover resources and tools to help you prioritize conversations with young people in foster care. Find best practices, new strategies, and state examples of success, and learn from youth and families with lived experience.
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