Foster Movement

The limited-series Foster Movement Podcast connects you to the voices who know the world of foster care best: former foster youth. Their insights will encourage and challenge you, helping you effectively serve children and families where you live.

The world of foster care is complex, and the voices of former foster youth are essential sources of wisdom as we seek to care for children and families. But former foster youth have more to offer than just their stories. Because of their experiences, they have skills and gifts that can and should shape foster care policies, programs, and ministries. 

The Foster Movement Podcast connects you to their expertise. With insights ranging from navigating biological family relationships to seeing beneath the surface of behaviors, the diversity and depth of their perspectives will help you provide more than enough for children and families before, during, and beyond foster care.

Free Resource:
Seven Insights about Foster Care from Those Who’ve Been There

Gain insight about caring for children and families by downloading a free PDF with principles featuring thoughts from guests of the Foster Movement Podcast. Explore the resource for yourself—and share it with others in your community, too.

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Free Resource:
Seven Insights about Foster Care from Those Who’ve Been There