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Archive for December, 2014:
Gabriel and Elizabeth Cho answered the call to fill a shortage of Korean foster parents in California.
Child psychologist Dr. Bonny Forrest provides guidelines to help parents differentiate between behavior a child will grow out of and a mental illness.
Vice President Joe Biden announced new steps aimed at supporting and improving outcomes for youth in and aging out foster care.
Many Americans think of parents that have had their children removed as abusive and not deserving of a second chance. “Tough Love” is a new documentary about two parents battling obstacles to put their families back together.
Michelle Cormack, Sr. Technical Recruiter for Garmin, and Renny Arensberg, Executive Vice President of KVC Health Systems, discuss how businesses can give back to the community and get involved with causes they are passionate about by becoming corporate sponsors in this KMBZ Movers and Shakers podcast.
Dangers exist during the cold winter months where children are at risk for hypothermia, or body heat loss.
More than 500 people enjoyed a night of fun and fundraising at The Gala on Fire, an event that benefits children and families served by KVC.
The holidays are a time when many people return to the familiar and comfortable surroundings of their parent’s home. But what happens to those young people who do not have a place to go home to?