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MAY – FOSTER CARE MONTH

Real-Life Stories The 2020 Foster Care as a Support to Families, Not a Substitute for Parents Mosaic Video Series was developed by the Children’s Bureau’s Capacity Building Center for States. This series has two suites of videos that each tell a family’s story from multiple perspectives and demonstrate how the connection and support between those involved helped lead […]

A Message About Foster Care Month

May 6, 2020 from Tara Perry, CEO, National CASA/GAL Association for Children During National Foster Care Month and beyond, if I could say thank you to every foster family, child welfare professional, judge and volunteer who dedicates their life to over 437,000 children and youth in the foster care system, I would. And, even then, it would […]

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Court Advocates for Children for Kittitas County
Court Advocates for Children for Kittitas County
We are cashing mobbing our first Burg Herd location this Wednesday! Support Cascade Kids during their normal business hours and get a punch on your Burg Herd punch card. Get your punch card at our office between the hours of 9-5 pm. Not interested in a punch card that will eventually enter you in to win an awesome gift basket?? That’s fine - shop anyways!
Court Advocates for Children for Kittitas County
Court Advocates for Children for Kittitas County
Right now we all need to invest in our well-being. Join us in changing the conversation around mental health. Learn about the support groups that Wellness House Yakima offers at wellness-house.org/support-groups/.
Court Advocates for Children for Kittitas County
Court Advocates for Children for Kittitas County
We have some news for you! We have a new Executive Director and Advocate Coordinator. Read more at https://casaprogram.org/changes-in-leadership/
Court Advocates for Children for Kittitas County
Court Advocates for Children for Kittitas County
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