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Through THV 11's partnership with the Department of Human Services, our goal is to help foster children like Skyler find forever families.
Children in state foster care don't particularly like talking about being up for adoption. They want a family, but imagine what it would be like to have to ask for one.
An Arkansas family is giving hope to kids with special needs through international adoption.
(Photos: Theba Lolley)
Many people see the stories featured on A Place To Call Home and wonder about the process for adopting in Arkansas. The Department of Human Services provided the following five steps for adopting a child in the sate.
Shannon and Josh Newton - along with their biological children, 6-year-old Nash and 4-year-old Nyla - make up the picture perfect family of four.
Two brothers -- 11-year-old Zack and 12-year-old Tyler - explore, play, and laugh ... despite the fact life has given them every reason not to.
Right now, no one wants them.
Despite many adoption success stories, there are more than 4,000 children in state foster care in Arkansas.
Through THV 11's partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, we meet three babies tonight who desperately need a place to call home.
THV11's Dawn Scott got to spend the afternoon with three sweet children, Demetrius, Alana, and Michyah at the Little Rock Zoo.
It's tough to imagine being a teenager, living in a group home, and waiting for a family to adopt you. THV 11 has featured many of these teens, who say at times it feels pretty hopeless.
November is National Adoption month, and at THV 11, we are committed to making sure no child is left waiting for a forever family.
In this week's 'Little Rock Family' segment, editor Heather Bennett talked with THV's Dawn Scott about an editorial piece Dawn wrote for the latest issue.
Through our partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, we are working to help make sure all foster children find a safe and loving home.
Through THV11's partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, we are working to find homes for children like 8-year-old Carrington, whose trip to the fairgrounds was a first.
Fifteen-year-old Cheyene is in state foster care, and through our partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, THV 11 is working to help her.
THV 11, in partnership with the Dept. of Human Services, hosted a special Thursday night called 'A Place To Call Home: Fostering Hope.' This 30-minute special highlighted the needs of children in state care and the importance of foster parents.
These foster children who have been featured on THV 11's "A Place To Call Home" over the past four years have still not been adopted. If there is an age next to the child's name, that is how old they were at the time they were featured on THV.
Just because a child is in foster care doesn't mean he or she is up for adoption.
Six members of the Arkansas Youth Advisory Board (YAB) are permanent foster teens who never plan on being adopted.
Hundreds of teens each year age out of the state's foster care program, including 221 of them in 2012. These are children who were placed in state care and were never adopted.
A teenager finds the forever family he so desperately needed.
Right now there are 942 foster children aged 14 and older. One of them is 14-year-old Krista. She has no home and no family, but refuses to give up hope of finding just that.
What happens when a child enters state foster care? It's a question many ask.
For a decade now, 16-year-old David has hoped and prayed a family would take him in, but he's had no such luck.
For three sisters, getting treated to a pedicure, painted nails, and pampering at Envy Nails and Spa is a first. They've never experienced anything like it.
Kendall's story is tough story to tell. She's a girl with strong will, a stubborn mind, and a heart of gold.
A woman was able to reunite with her grandchildren Monday morning at the Museum of Discovery.
At the Hearts and Hooves therapeutic riding center in Sherwood, the gate is closed and "Peanut" the horse is all saddled up.
A young foster child desperately wants a place to call home. Kaitlyn is like any 8-year old.
This week we feature three sisters who are bonded in a way rarely seen. They're young and they're looking for a new home.
Through our partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, THV 11's Dawn Scott profiles a girl who loves animals, dreams of being a vet, and prays anyone out there watching will give her a chance.
Adoption specialists said the older a child is, the tougher finding them a home becomes, but the teenager THV 11 met is not giving up hope.
THV 11 is partnered with the Arkansas Department of Human Services to find homes for hundreds of children up for adoption.
Inside Paul Mitchell's 'Imagine' Salon School, an ordinary girl gets the royal treatment. Stylist Litisha Atkins is making certain 9-year old Akira feels like a princess.