Refugee Foster Care Program Expanding To Logan
“It doesn’t take anyone special; it takes someone willing,” said Meg Buonforte, a recruitment coordinator with Catholic Community Services of Utah’s Refugee Foster Care program.
Catholic Community Services of Utah is currently expanding its Refugee Foster Care program to include the Logan area. The expansion aims to grow the foster family network for children who have entered the United States without being accompanied by their biological family.
“Placing youth in homes where they can feel seen, known, and cherished is a top priority for Catholic Community Services,” the organization stated in a press release. “Every child deserves to experience life in a stable home, alongside a caring family.” Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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