Girls on the Run – Season 1

This year Coyote Hill participated in our first season of Girls on the Run. Girls on the Run is a national program that focuses on giving girls the tools to learn who they are, what they are capable of, and how to use their supports.
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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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Foster Care to Forever Family

Katie Perry Harris of COMO Living Magazine wrote a wonderful story about the transformation of one of our former residents, Tiffany Lester. Here are some excerpts, as well as a few photos taken when Tiffany lived at Coyote Hill.
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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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Our Past Does Not Define our Future, Part 1

One of our board members and a former resident, Calvin Temple, recently spoke at the Central Missouri Foster Care & Adoption Association Youth Retreat. If you have not yet heard Calvin’s story, it’s time you did. It’s a story that begins with pain and rejection, like most of the children who walk through our doors; yet
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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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Construction Summer Employee

“He’s been a model employee.” That statement was made by our Property Manager/Vocational Skills Instructor, Sam Coy, regarding one of our Coyote Hill youth this summer.
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Coyote Hill Helps Teen Get First Job & First Car

Three months ago Paul* set a goal to get a job. He and Cody, his Home Parent Dad, went job hunting, applied online, and by the end of the month he had call backs from everywhere he applied. He interviewed and accepted a job at Dairy Queen in Fayette. After just two months of part-time
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.