Thank you for being a child welfare worker!

Blue graphic with a picture of a child looking out a window. The graphic  says, "We are child welfare and we help children and families who have experienced trauma. By providing trauma-informed services and explaining the impact of trauma to families and caregivers, we help improve outcomes for those who have experienced childhood trauma."

When 11-year-old Victor was in foster care, his worker helped him understand that “the family doesn’t just choose you, you also choose them.” As an adult reflecting on that time, he says, “I think that’s why it doesn’t feel like so much trauma.”

For an Ohio adoptive mother, her case worker is “the best advocate.” A foster parent in Rhode Island describes her worker as “a breath of fresh air in our journey.”

You make a difference in the lives of children and families. This week is Child Welfare Worker Appreciation Week, and AdoptUSKids wants to extend a big THANK YOU for all you do in this field.

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