Many Arkansas children have no family and no place to truly call home. At any given time, over 500 children in Arkansas are in foster care in need of adoption.
Join us for "A Place to Call Home" every Thursday on THV 11 at 5pm and THV This Morning on Fridays as we introduce you to children in need of loving families. Consider adoption and get involved by making a difference in a foster child's life.
THV 11, in partnership with the Dept. of Human Services, hosted a special Thursday night called 'A Place To Call Home: Fostering ...
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Through our partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, we are working to help make sure all foster children find a safe and loving home.
Through THV11's partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, we are working to find homes for children like 8-year-old Carrington, whose trip to the fairgrounds was a first.
Fifteen-year-old Cheyene is in state foster care, and through our partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, THV 11 is working to help her.
These foster children who have been featured on THV 11's "A Place To Call Home" over the past four years have still not been adopted. If there is an age next to the child's name, that is how old they were at the time they were featured on THV.
Just because a child is in foster care doesn't mean he or she is up for adoption.
Six members of the Arkansas Youth Advisory Board (YAB) are permanent foster teens who never plan on being adopted.
Hundreds of teens each year age out of the state's foster care program, including 221 of them in 2012. These are children who were placed in state care and were never adopted.
A teenager finds the forever family he so desperately needed.
Right now there are 942 foster children aged 14 and older. One of them is 14-year-old Krista. She has no home and no family, but refuses to give up hope of finding just that.
What happens when a child enters state foster care? It's a question many ask.