The Indiana Adoption Program and Department of Child Services are partnering with the Indiana Supreme Court to share stores if children finding permanent homes. In honor of National Adoption Month the Indiana Supreme Court has authorized judges across the state to open their courtroom to the public to witness and celebrate adoptions being finalized.
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services will be implementing a new strategy in child welfare cases called the Safety Organized Practice. This new method focuses on building support networks for parents.
NevadaBoard of Regents unanimously approved a proposal to provide foster youth with resident tuition and fee waivers at the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) and state universities and community colleges. This exemption will take effect after children turn 14 and until they are 26.
CALL FOR ACTION from Voice for Adoption - The latest Voice for Adoption advocacy updates can be found here.
Aderholt Amendment update from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation can be found here.