June Is National Reunification Month

National Reunification Month is celebrated in June of each year to recognize the people and efforts around the country that help families stay together. It is also a time to honor those who have overcome obstacles to providing a safe and loving home for their children and who can safely reunify as a family.

The goal of foster care is to provide temporary care for a child or adolescent. Foster parents and kinship caregivers keep kids safe and meet their ongoing needs until they return home to their birth parents or other family members. Through collaboration, foster parents, relative caregivers, caseworkers, and birth parents together can achieve the goal of reunification. Shared parenting, or co-parenting, benefits the child in care and their family members.

Please feel free to contact the Coalition at 414-475-1246 and ask to speak with one of our Resource Specialists to discuss this topic further. We have also included several resources below.

Recommended Resources

Training & Resources From Champion Classrooms

From the Lending Library

Tip Sheets

Inspiration & Hope From No Matter What Families

Additional Resources