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Peer Support Group for Foster, Kinship, and Adoptive Parents of DC Children

Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC)

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

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Peer Support Group at FAPAC 13 Registrations 1d 13h 20m Free  

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The Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center's monthly "peer support group for resource parnets" offers attendees the chance to meet and mingle with other resource parents and to receive ongoing peer support.

Meetings typically take place every 4th Wednesday of the month with a few exceptions for the months when that date falls on or near a holiday.

Advance registration is required as we need ample time to arrange for food and child care.

 

For more information and/or need to make changes to your RSVP, please contact:

Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC) 
Tel: 202-269-9441
Email: elizabethjs@dcfapac.org

Have questions about Peer Support Group for Foster, Kinship, and Adoptive Parents of DC Children? Contact Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC)

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Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC)
6200 2nd Street NW - 3rd Floor
Washington, DC 200011

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)


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Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC)

FAPAC's new mission reflects our growing scope of work to support and stabilize families:

The mission of the Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC) is to improve the quality of life, well-being, and dignity of children in the District of Columbia by strengthening, supporting and empowering foster, adoptive and kinship parents to serve as advocates for their children's needs and bridge-builders with birth parents; through working as an organizational agent of systemic change; and by partnering with other District agencies to provide innovative stabilization services to families at risk.

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