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Parent Cafés: We're all in this together

When parents are isolated without community, they miss an essential element their children need to thrive: connection. Parent Cafés are a growing movement to give parents the support they need for their families to grow stronger.

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A small part of a beautiful story

As a Safe Families for Children host, Amber explains how and why her family supported a mom facing a crisis by giving her son a temporary safe place to stay.

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Meet Keith Cureton

Welcome Keith Cureton to Bethany Christian Services as the new CEO and president! Get to know Keith, his family, and why he is excited to partner with you to serve children and families through this fun Q and A.

YouthBuild changed my life

At 17, Ebony entered foster care homeless and with a newborn daughter. Without parents in the picture, she needed caring, trusted adults to help guide her next steps toward her future.

“My biggest fear was losing my son”

The care and support of Safe Families for Children volunteers helped a young single mom safely parent her son.

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Creating a change that lasts

After losing their father and caring for their bedridden mother, brothers Mentesenot and Abenezer found stability and success through Bethany's Family Preservation and Empowerment program in Ethiopia.

Activating your church to champion families

Ten years ago, two friends and foster moms sparked an idea to help families like theirs in a very practical way. Because kids often come into care with nothing, providing for their immediate, tangible needs can be expensive. So with their church’s blessing and full support, they started Closet of Hope.

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I started to love myself again

Bekah shares that her addiction led her to dark places, where she lost family, friends, and eventually custody of her 5-year-old son.

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Recovery beyond our doors

When women enter the Bethany Recovery Center, they begin a holistic journey of healing for their mind, body, and spirit. Once in the grip of trauma and addiction, they find release as they discover and embrace their own strengths.

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Kasech was living a nightmare—kidnapped, trafficked, and only 14 years old

Right now, an estimated 160 million children around the world are being used for child labor. Every year, that number grows by an estimated 700,000 children. We believe that family is the answer.

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