De todas las familias que han recibido asesoría informada por el trauma a través de Raise de Future, ninguna ha reportado una adopción interrumpida, según la agencia y el estado.
En la última década, más de 1,000 niños adoptados después de estar en custodia temporal en Colorado terminaron otra vez en el sistema.
Colorado’s first intergenerational supportive housing complex is a $10 million bet that a community that feels like family will help ease foster kids’ transition to adulthood.
On a typical day in Colorado, there are about 600 homeless children and 262 homeless young adults ages 18 to 24
Data recently reviewed by state lawmakers reinforces findings from a Colorado Sun investigation that found 13% of adoptions of foster children have failed in the last decade — mainly due to behavioral issues
No family who has received trauma-informed coaching by Raise the Future has reported a disrupted adoption, according to the agency and the state.
More than 1,000 children who were adopted from foster care in Colorado in the past decade ended up back in the system.
The panel created and funded by the state legislature has two years to find ways to decrease the large number of troubled kids who run away from foster care and treatment centers
One young woman who aged out of foster care was about to have her phone service cut off for not paying the bill. A teenage boy living in a homeless shelter while waiting for a foster placement reached out because he was lonely and hungry. And a mother who was fighting to get her children […]
Diamond Kobylinski spent almost his entire childhood in foster homes, from age 2 to 17. The worst, though, was when one set of foster parents changed their mind about adopting him after Kobylinski blurted out during an argument that he was gay. It was the first time Kobylinski had ever said the words out loud. […]