2016 CCFSA Conference

Plan to attend the 2016 CCFSA National Conference.

It will be in Huntsville, Alabama. April 10-13, 2016.

You and your organization can enjoy the benefits of CCFSA membership. Click here to learn more.

Tennessee Children’s Home Honored by the City of Spring Hill

May 21st, 2016
Plaque from city

Tennessee Children’s Home would like to thank Rick Graham, Mayor of Spring Hill, TN and the City of Spring Hill for presenting a Proclamation on May 16, 2016. This Proclamation declares May 22-28, 2016 as “Tennessee Children’s Home Week in Spring Hill, Tennessee” to raise public awareness of good work. Tennessee Children’s Home invites the[…..]

Colorado Christian Services, “Links for Little Ones”

May 21st, 2016

Welcome to the Colorado Christian Services ​ “Links for Little Ones” ​Golf Tournament Golf with us for your chance at winning $10,000 and other great prizes! ​This annual event is a major fundraiser for Colorado Christian Services, a leading provider of adoption services since 1963. Come join us as we have a great day of[…..]

Foster’s Home Seeking Vice President of Children’s Services

May 21st, 2016

Foster’s Home for Children in Stephenville, Texas has a job opening for Vice President of Children’s Services. We are looking for someone with a Master’s degree in Social Work or the social services field, and experience working with children who have experienced trauma. As well as someone having supervisory experience. Please go to our website[…..]

Chandler Means, Foster Care Director Takes in Kids Himself

May 17th, 2016

Chandler Means had a sick feeling when he pulled up to the trailer park. Means, a foster dad, had been caring for a sweet 18-month-old named Eban. After only a week, authorities told Means to return the boy to his birth parents. “You knock on the door and you have a little boy in your[…..]

Houseparents Needed at Tipton Home

May 17th, 2016

The Tipton Children’s Home is accepting applications for Christian couples to serve as houseparents. Benefits include: Family health and dental insurance, housing, transportation, food and retirement plan participation. For more information contact: Joe Waugh at 580-667-5221 (office or 580-335-6442 (cell Jwaugh@yahoo.com

Changes at Georgia Agape

May 9th, 2016

Georgia Agape is in the midst of change and transition. First Doug Mead is retiring after 21 years with Agape. His farewell article is in the current Agape newsletter. Doug was also honored at the CCFSA Conference in Huntsville, Alabama last month. Agape also has a new website design. Go to www.GeorgiaAgape.org. Much of the[…..]

Just a Reminder…..

May 9th, 2016

May is Foster Care Month. National Foster Care Month is observed in the United States during the month of May every year. It began with President Ronald Reagan in 1988. Since 1988, National Foster Care Month continues to be recognized and celebrated. The original focus was to give foster parents the recognition they deserved for[…..]

Vickie Terhune Receives “Distinguished Service Award” at CCFSA Conference

April 24th, 2016

Distinguished Service Award This years Distinguished Service Award recipient is Vickie Terhune. Vickie grew up in Nebraska, attended York College and then finished her degree at Freed-Hardeman College. She began teaching at Shults-Lewis Cshildren’s Home in 1991. She earned a Masters of Education degree at Valparaiso Un and that led to her becoming the School[…..]

Jack McDonald Receives “One Person Can Make A Difference Award” at CCFSA Conference

April 24th, 2016

Jack McDonald lived his developmental years without a father and with a mother who was handicapped with a loss of hearing. He, along with his siblings was placed in the group home program at Mount Dora Children’s Home in 1950. Jack lived in the “home program” until he graduated in 1961 from high school. Jack[…..]

Doug Meade Receives “Life Time Achievement Award” at CCFSA Conference

April 24th, 2016

Doug has been the Executive Director of Georgia Agape since 1995. He will retire from that position on May 31, 2016 after 21 years. Doug has truly made the work of serving children and families a life time commitment. When Doug first became the Executive Director of Georgia Agape the agency was in dire straits;[…..]