"Fostering Love"

The emotional risks were daunting. But foster adoption was still the best option for me By Rosemary Shulman

One mom describes her foster adoption journey.
“Anyone in this class who wants to adopt will be able to adopt.” That was the first thing the social worker said to my foster parent training class. Until then, I’d been too scared to pursue my dream of becoming a mom. It was exactly what I wanted to hear.  The Foster Adoption Option When I mentioned my desire to adopt to a colleague, she told me that she was pursuing fost-adopt. Children available for placement in a fost-adopt home have ...

With fost-adopt, I didn’t need to own a home or have $50,000 in the bank to become a parent.


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