Open Your Home
Engage Your Church
Fund the Mission
Foster Care Resources
Caregivers and the Courts
Glossary of Terms
Foster Parent Questions
Overview of Child Welfare
Parents’ Night Out
Signs of Hope Camp
A Day on the Farm
Defining the Problem
2019 Mother’s Day Survey
What were your favorite parts of the 2019 Mother's Day Brunch? (Select all that apply)
Connecting with other Adoptive, Foster, and Kinship Moms
What specific, ideas, information, or experiences from the speakers were the most helpful to you in parenting your Adoptive, Foster, or Kinship Child.
Do you have any other comments about the 2019 Mother's Day Brunch?
Support and Education for Adoptive, Foster, and Kinship Families
What support do you need the most?
Connection/Community with other Adoptive, Foster, and Kinship Families
Education on how to best raise my Adoptive, Foster, or Kinship Child
Volunteer support for our day to day life
What topics would you be interested in for our Monthly Parent Trainings, Quarterly Parenting Seminars, and/or Support Group Curriculum?
If you do not attend one of Help One Child's Support Groups, which of the following reasons apply to you?
Locations are too far away from my home
Meeting times are too late in the evening for our family to attend
Weekday meetings do not work for our family
I haven't received enough information or communication about them
I don't need support at this time
I visited, but it didn't meet my needs
I visited, but the childcare didn't fully meet my child's needs
Would you be interested in being on Help One Child's Education Committee? The committee meets quarterly (4 times/year - usually on a Sunday afternoon/evening) to discuss future Parent Training topics, Support Group curriculum, and how to best equip Bay Area Adoptive, Foster, and Kinship Parents with relevant information and opportunities.
No, not at this time.
Maybe. Would like more information
If you are intersted in the Education Committee please submit your name and email address so that we may contact you. (Or send an email to Rachel@HelpOneChild.org if you would like this survey to remain anonymous.)