This edition of CBX is intended to encourage all readers to consider National Adoption Month as a time to reflect on the importance of family no matter how it is configured or formed. It is a time to honor the critical role family, familial support, and connection play in everyone's life and commit to being "all in" for families. This edition will feature updates on efforts the Administration for Children and Families, the Children's Bureau, and other partners are making nationally to promote family support and connection across the permanency continuum, with special attention to unification, reunification, kinship care, and adoption. The edition will also feature responses from experts across the country to the question: What does it mean to be "all in" for families?
- Mindfully Positioning in Revolutionary Times
- Youth Voice Can Influence Policy
- Apoyamos a las familias (We Support Families)
- What Does It Mean To Be All In?
- Mentorship as a Restorative Factor and Postpermanency Support
- Primary Prevention: Reimagining Human Service Delivery
- Happiest at Home: Indiana Launches Program to Preserve Families
- Transforming Child Welfare: Seeing Kinship Care Through a Racialized, Cultural Context and Community
Spotlight on National Adoption Month
Spotlight on Youth Homelessness
News From the Children's Bureau
Read more about National Adoption Month (NAM) 2020, including the latest additions to the NAM 2020 website and information about the Assistant Secretary's ALL-IN Foster Adoption Challenge; an update on the Institute for Family; as well as other resources and publications related to supporting children and youth in finding permanency within loving forever families.