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More people are adopting from foster care, but 123,000 children are still in need of forever families. May is National Foster Care Month, time to raise public awareness of our country's waiting kids. Go to adoptivefamilies.com/foster to learn how to help--and how to adopt. Our updated articles on foster care adoption will dispel myths and rumors, and help you decide whether this path to family is the right way to grow your home.
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Whether it's through a culture camp, a playgroup, or a dance
class, bringing your child together with other kids who share
the same life experiences will help develop his pride and love
of his heritage. Find ideas for celebrating culture every day, plus
information on heritage travel and homeland trips, at adoptivefamilies.com/heritage. Here’s to a safe, enriching summer!
What happens at the hospital after birth? Do you need to readopt in an international process? Is your child covered under your insurance plan? Find guidance on the legal aspects of adoption at adoptivefamilies.com/adoption_law, from those who know best: adoption attorneys and fellow adoptive parents.
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