June is National Reunification Month, a time to raise awareness about the importance of reuniting children and families after experiencing foster care. It is also a time to celebrate the professionals that help make reunification possible. National Reunification Month is sponsored by the American Bar Association’s Center on Children and the Law in an effort to bring positive attention to the successes of child welfare, promote quality practices and lead to constructive discussions about systemic needs. Celebrations will take place throughout the month of June, with most events occurring on or near Father’s Day, June 15.
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