Family Voices United wants to hear from YOU!

If you are a foster youth or alumni, parent or relative/kinship caregiver - share your voice - and you could win $50!

 

This month's question:

What do attorneys representing families in court proceedings need to know to keep families together?

 

Share your perspective in five minutes (with this form): 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeYPI610Rm8duGWIQd7ydFesveSd9f01TmnQ57zKpDBamsjKQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

  • Submit by June 7th for a chance to win a $50 gift card (3 available)!
  • Please review the attached Strategic Sharing guide when considering what to share from your personal experience.
  • If your entry is selected to be entered on the FamilyVoicesUnited.org website (or social media/other outlets), we'll contact you first.

 

Background info: 

For the first time, states can now claim federal funds to help pay the costs of attorneys representing certain children and their parents in child welfare legal proceedings. Before this change, federal funds were available to help pay for attorneys representing child welfare agencies, but not for children’s or parents’ attorneys. Although this is not currently available for kinship/relative caregivers, we are hopeful the voices of constituents will demonstrate the need. Want to learn more? Contact info@familyvoicesunited.org!

 

Questions? Call 503-717-1552 or email info@familyvoicesunited.org!

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