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“PARENTING THE ADOPTED CHILD: WHEN LOVE ISN’T ENOUGH”

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Parenting Children with Sexualized Behaviors

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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

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Support Groups for FASD in Michigan

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2014 Winter Newsletter

PARC Newsletter – December – February 2014

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Understanding Child Traumatic Stress

When a child feels intensely threatened by an event he or she is involved in or witnesses, we call that event a trauma…   understanding_child_traumatic_stress_brochure_9-29-05

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About Us

Welcome to the Post Adoption Resource Center (PARC) website. We are here to be a resource for families with children ages 21 years or younger who have been adopted from Michigan’s foster care system, adopted in Michigan through an international adoption, adopted in Michigan through a domestic infant adoption, or placed in guardianship through Michigan’s […]

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DHS – POST ADOPTION RESOURCE CENTER

Post Adopt Resource Centers map DHS – Post-Adoption Resource Centers

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Muskegon County Kangroo Palace

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Access to Trauma-Informed Care

Philosophy Many adopted children and youth have experienced trauma in their young lives—be it related to abuse, neglect, exposure to domestic or community violence, or loss of birth family. Often, the prolonged trauma facing a child who enters foster care due to ongoing neglect or abuse can have a greater impact than a single traumatic […]

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