National Reunification Month is celebrated each June in recognition of the people whose hard work helps keep families together.
Safely reuniting children with their families is the ultimate goal of foster care, and it can be achieved only through the partnership of dedicated parents, foster caregivers and caseworkers.
National Reunification Month was established in 2010 by the American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law and partners. Visit their site here.
You can lean more by listening to these podcasts from the Child Welfare Information Gateway: