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What's New at Cambridge Family and Children's Service

For Reunification Month in June, we'd like to share the story of a hardworking young man who reunited with his family and found permanency.

We have some good news to share about this wonderful family.

If you think adoption or foster care is right for you, then no matter who you are, you are right for CFCS.

We attended the Statewide Permanency Learning Community Gathering, hosted by Walker and Plummer Youth Promise.

Our Family Support & Stabilization staff recently celebrated Mother's Day with the moms in our Young Parents Support program!

We worked with video production company Eifler Agency to tell the story of one resilient young woman and her son.

Today, we're highlighting one of the programs we get asked about the most: the Young Parents Support Program.

Join us on Thursday, June 13 and Friday, July 19 for a screening and discussion of HBO’s new documentary “Foster”!

We've been having conversations about what college could mean for our group home residents at TLC and Putnam Place.

Recently, seven graduate students from the MassArt Design Innovation program visited CFCS to present their findings after spending a semester researching how to use design thinking to improve parents’ and children’s experience in the adoption and foster care system.

If you would like to become a foster parent, reach out to us. We are always available to work with those willing to provide safe, nurturing homes to the many children who need them.

We are thrilled to announce that the recipients of the 2019 Vivienne Campbell Award are Tara and Eric President.

Recently, our Intensive Foster Care (IFC) Program celebrated the dedication and hard work of the foster parents we work with at the annual Foster Parent Appreciation Event.