Family Traditions: Snow Ice Cream

Two significant snowfalls in early November can mean only one thing…the opportunity to pass down snowy, family traditions to children who may have never before experienced them.
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Finding Her Forever Home

In honor of National Adoption Month and in the hopes that others will be encouraged to consider adoption through foster care, former Home Parent Jordan Parks shares his story. 
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Halloween Fun

Lions and tigers and bears (and ninjas and cats and pigs and…) Oh My! Thanks to Columbia Orthopeadic Group for their help in making sure our children had lots of fun costume options to choose from this year.
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Family Therapy, Trust and Bandaids

At Coyote Hill, our care is not only focused on the well-being of each individual child, but also on equipping each of our homes to function together as a family. The challenge of connecting children/parents who aren’t related biologically, together with the challenge of their past trauma and emotional needs, can be daunting. Here are
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Firsts at a Chiefs Game

Each fall, Commercial Trust Company of Fayette and Harrisburg donates tickets for some of our Coyote Hill kids to attend Kansas City Chiefs games. In addition, they provide spending money for the kids to enjoy fun stadium food and to purchase Chief’s gear.
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More Than a Safe Place

You won’t want to miss a recent article in the Columbia Business Times by Hartley Wright. Here’s a brief excerpt:
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Our Past Does Not Define our Future – Conclusion

This is the conclusion of Calvin Temple’s story (read Part 1 of the story HERE.) When I was in sixth grade, I was placed into foster care for the third time. This is when I knew I was going to be a foster kid for the rest of my life.
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Arena Summer Employees

“I believe the Vocational Skills Program is all about teaching youth the basics of working, while helping them develop confidence in themselves and their abilities.”
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.