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Who We Serve

Who We Serve

Children's Aid Society serves children, youth and families around the state through a variety of programs.


Adoptive Children & Families

  • Preparing and reinforcing the path to forever families. Services include pre-adoptive training, home-studies, post-adoption counseling, ongoing education and support groups.

  • Helping individuals navigate the lifelong adoption journey with special services for birth parents and adult adoptees. Services include counseling, support groups, search & reunion, and home-studies.


Youth in Foster Care

  • A program designed to guide youth in foster care to independent adulthood. Services include camps, leadership training, and a community of support for youth in care.


Adult Adoptees & Birth Parents

  • Helping individuals navigate the lifelong adoption journey with special services for birth parents and adult adoptees. Services include counseling, support groups, search & reunion, and home studies.

  • Preparing and reinforcing the path to forever families. Services include post-adoption counseling, ongoing education and support groups.


Families Needing Support

  • Intensive in-home counseling to establish safe homes where families stay together.

  • Classes offered in English and Spanish that teach skills to build stronger parents.

  • An 18-month program that empowers young mothers to establish strong and stable homes for themselves and their children. Services include housing, job-training, education, parenting classes, and financial literacy.


Homeless Young Mothers

  • An 18-month program that empowers young mothers to establish strong and stable homes for themselves and their children. Services include housing, job-training, education, parenting classes, and financial literacy.

  • Classes offered in English and Spanish that teach skills to build stronger parents.


Professionals & Mentors

  • Trainings are offered throughout the year for professionals who work directly with the youth and families served by CAS. CEUs are often available for social workers, counselors, and therapists. 

  • Training is important to support adoptive families. The APAC Program offers conferences, webinars, and on-site training for adoptive & foster families, as well as the professionals who support them. CEUs are provided for on-site trainings and live webinar participation.

2016 Individuals & Families Served

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