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“I love Mort. Love. Love. Love.”

January 5, 2021

Like most parents in 2020, Belkis Moya suddenly became the “principal” of her home when her children started virtual schooling in response to the coronavirus pandemic. She worried how the challenges of the pandemic would impact her children’s ability to learn and achieve … and how she would be able to support them along the […]

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Positively Jax: Foster mom goes above and beyond for kids with trauma

December 21, 2020

Cheryl Miller makes a Positively Jax Difference by opening her heart and her home to children who have experienced trauma and may have severe emotional and behavioral needs. She is a “specialized therapeutic foster parent in Northeast Florida. Miller works with the Children’s Home Society to find kids with special needs who need special love […]

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Opinion | Amid the hardships of 2020 were spots of resilience, kindness

December 14, 2020

By: Cecka Rose Green Many of us anticipated great things from 2020, the “year of perfect vision.” We did not anticipate a year of tribulation like we had never before seen. From record numbers of coronavirus cases and the rising unemployment rate to adapting a new world order — let’s face it…life was hard. Many […]

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To Whom it May Concern

December 14, 2020

I’ll start by saying thank you to those of you who have helped me along the way. I’ve been helped by many people in many ways. I tell myself a lot it’s the little things that count and it’s true. When in the moment it’s often hard to see the big picture or the main […]

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Empowering Amanda

December 13, 2020

Amanda and Christopher enrolled in Children’s Home Society of Florida’s (CHS) Early Head Start program (EHS) when their first child was just three months old. As a first-time mom, Amanda didn’t know a lot about child development and early school readiness. She leaned on her EHS home visitor, Sandra, for education and encouragement to track baby’s […]

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Home for the Holidays | Reba Reunified

December 13, 2020

After nearly one year apart, Reba’s family will celebrate the holidays together at home. Reba — a Lakeland mother of two — welcomed her children home from foster care just in time for the magic of the holiday season. After surviving a toxic domestic relationship and battling substance abuse, Reba found the strength to overcome […]

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Need for foster parents with specialized training

December 11, 2020

 Many children enter foster care with special needs that require extra attention, love and care. Right now in Northeast Florida, there is a desperate need for foster homes with the specialized training to care for these children.

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Forever Family: CHS drive-by celebration

December 1, 2020

The Children’s Home Society (CHS) here in Palm Beach is dedicated to building bridges to success for children, which includes helping children in foster care find permanency so children finding Forever Families is a call for a celebration. CHS usually does a party to celebrate the year’s adoptions but this year, they found a safe […]

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National Adoption Month brings kids to forever homes

November 30, 2020

Click the image below for the story from WCVT.com

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The making of a new family: Siblings celebrate forever home during adoption month

November 28, 2020

November is National Adoption Month, but every month in the United States there are nearly 425,000 minors and youth in foster care. From infants to age 21, children and young people who have been removed from their birth situation and placed in temporary family settings, await either a reunion within their original parents, perhaps a […]

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