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Seven Seasonal Values to Share with your Foster Child

December 18, 2020 / by Victor Staff posted in family services, foster care

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While we may celebrate different holidays at the same time of the year, there is a lot shared between us all when it comes to the spirit of the season. Your family may have a different spiritual or cultural background than your foster child.

Where some may see a challenge to prepare for, we think this is one of the hidden opportunities to demonstrate care and support. Because there are some values in the season that we all have in common, and incorporating them into your household during this time is a great way to bond with and celebrate the season as a family.

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Child Abuse Prevention Month

April 30, 2020 / by Victor Staff posted in family services, News, Therapeutic Behavior Services, Residential and School Programs, foster care, adoption

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Child Abuse Prevention Month

Child abuse doesn't happen out of nowhere. There are many factors that can lead to it and it comes in many forms. 

Victor Resource Families and Adoption is committed to providing support and programs to educate, intervene and prevent child abuse by supporting resource families and children. We also offer support to those children who may have experienced trauma as a result of child abuse. 

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We Have Our Adoption License

February 26, 2020 / by Victor Staff posted in family services, News, foster care, adoption

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We are excited to announce that we have received our Adoption License!

Adoption Services will be added to our already existing programs of Foster Care, Relative Home Assessment, and Mental Health Services. We can certify and service homes within 50 miles of our Pomona and Perris offices.

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Opioid Crisis is Fueling the Growing Need for Foster Families

March 21, 2019 / by Victor Staff posted in family services

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The number of children in foster care has been steadily growing for that past 5 years. In the 2 years from FY 2015 to FY 2017 there was an increase of 15,595 children. The Department of Health and Human Services won't likely have the FY 2018 numbers for some time, but if the trend continues we could have close to 450,000 children in need of foster care. This challenge coupled with the fact that the opioid epidemic continues to grow, means we need qualified and loving Resource Parents more than ever.

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