Published in 2008, Regina Louise’s Somebody’s Someone is an early memoir sharing the unique experience of a Black child in the foster care system. Louise has published two additional books and “Somebody’s Someone” was made into the 2019 Lifetime movie “I Am Somebody’s Child: The Regina Louise Story.” Learn more about Louise at www.iamreginalouise.com.
The University of Kentucky’s College of Social Work is looking for teens, 14-17 and currently in foster care, who want to connect in virtual reality for peer support. In a collaboration between Adoption Support for […]
by Katie Biron Forget the unicorns and rainbows. Let’s embrace the messiness of real life. Relationships are messy. Yes, they are a beautiful part of the human experience, when we come together, share joy and […]
By the Center for Child Trauma Assessment, Services, and Interventions (CCTASI) in collaboration with partners from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) and creator of the ReMoved film series, Nathanael Matanick, 16 minutes, http://www.rememberingtrauma.org […]