Together Again: Reunification

When children come home from foster care, parents and kids have to get to know each other once more. Parents who’ve been to rehab, therapy or parenting classes have changed, and their kids have had experiences in care that their parents don’t know about or understand. On top of that, it can be difficult to deal with the anger, guilt and anxiety you all feel, and to show each other the love and happiness you have inside.

In this issue, parents about what helped their families become whole again.


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