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Follow along with NewFound Families as we work to support families. In this news column we seek to provide current information about the admininistration of the child welfare system. Become part of our community and join us on Facebook.

Interested in helping local support groups affiliate with FACES. The link below provides the affiliation agreement. There is no cost to the support group to affiliate, however at least 5 members need to join as individuals or families. And, don't forget to check out the "Getting Started Manual" for help on getting a new support network started in your area!

Chapter Affiliation Agreement.doc 

 FACES is pleased to announce a new toll-free number for families. The toll-free number is made possible from a family support contract from the Virginia Department of Social Services. Please give us a call and let us know how we can assist YOU!

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1-877-VA FACES (823-2237)

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Are you a foster, adoptive, or kinship caregiver with professional skills and expertise that can help FACES grow into its potential as a high perfromance management organization?

Are you willing to commit a few hours each week to helping the FACES organization offer support and resource referrals to foster, adoptive, and kinship families?

Are you interested in working at the state level to inform and influence state laws, regulations, and policies?

 

If you answered "yes" to the above questions, then please consider completing the FACES Board application, today, and mailing it immediately to the FACES office at 3900 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23230.

 

Raise your voice, so others like you will be heard!

 

FACES of Virginia Families Board Application.doc

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FACES appoints a representative to serve as your first point of contact for each of the five geographic regions of Virginia, corresponding to the regions defined by the Virginia Department of Social Services.  You can use the map here to find out what VDSS region you live in.  These boundaries are not inflexible, so we encourage you to research what works best for you, and don

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Ashland, VA 23005
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