Resources for building well-being by providing effective postplacement services for children and youth who have achieved permanency.
Resources for building well-being with youth who are transitioning from foster care.
Resources for building well-being by supporting strong sibling connections for children and youth in foster care.
Resources for building well-being for children and youth in their education settings and local communities.
Resources for building well-being through a trauma-informed child welfare system.
Celebrate National Foster Care Month in May
National Foster Care Month is a time to renew our commitment to ensuring a bright future for the more than 400,000 children and youth in foster care and celebrate all those who make a meaningful difference in their lives. This year's focus, Achieving Well-Being With Children and Youth in Care, provides resources to support child welfare professionals as they seek to build well-being postpermanency; with transitioning youth; through support in sibling connections; through support in school & community; and through trauma-informed child welfare systems. In May…
- Access resources about achieving well-being with children and youth in care
- Gain perspective and be inspired by Real-Life Stories
- Spread the word with our widgets, sample emails, and social media messages
- Read the Presidential Proclamation that urges everyone to participate in efforts to serve our children throughout the year
Throughout its 100-year history, the Children's Bureau has worked to assist children and youth in foster care; engage youth in decisions that affect their lives; and support foster families, kinship caregivers, child welfare professionals, and others who help these children. Learn more >>