National Child Abuse Prevention
In April, Southern Christian Services for Children and Youth’s (SCSCY) Parent Strong Prevention Program is shining a spotlight on National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
A Conversation with our Executive Director about Covid-19
“We have thermometers in the homes, and we take their temperature and do health checks with them, just like you would do at home with your OWN CHILDREN.”
Celebrating Foster Mom's on Mother's Day
"God has blessed us and given us so much more than we deserve and it's only right that we give it back. Adopting a child through therapeutic foster care is our opportunity!"
The McLarty Family
"Getting into a routine has been the most challenging but we know that takes time for any family. We still have good days and bad days, but I wouldn't change it for the world. It's the hardest and most beautiful thing I have ever done."
Adoption Permanency Division
Despite being in a loving and safe home presently, all children who have been in the foster care system have been through upsetting and confusing events (trauma) and need support to learn how to deal with their emotions and thoughts regarding their life before your family.