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NH DHHS celebrates children who were adopted in the past year

SAVINGS. NOVEMBER IS THE NATIONAL ADOPTION MONTH. AND TONIGHT, NEW HAMPSHIRE CHILD CARE SERVICES CELEBRATES THE 222 KIDS WHO FOUND A FOREVER HOME IN THE PAST YEAR. DHHS HOLDS AN EVENT EACH YEAR TO BRING FAMILIES AND HAVE FUN. IT’S ALSO A TIME TO FOCUS ON THE FUTURE. DO YOU SEE WHY? AS THE DIRECTOR TELLS US HELP IS ALWAYS NEEDED AND YOU CAN CHANGE THE LIVES OF CHILDREN IN THE GRANITE STATE? EVERY YEAR WE NEED HUNDREDS OF FAMILIES WILLING TO ADOPTION AND RAISING CHILDREN, PARTICULARLY THOSE FAMILIES WILLING TO WORK WITH OLDER TEENAGERS, WILLING TO WORK WITH CHILDREN IN SPECIAL NEEDS, WILLING TO WORKING WITH A LARGE HEAVY GROUPS. WE COULD ALWAYS USE A HAND. WE DO HA

New Hampshire DHHS is celebrating 222 adopted children in the past year

November is National Adoption Month and New Hampshire Child Care Services celebrates the 222 children who have found forever homes in the past year. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services hosts an event each year to bring families together and have fun. It is also a time to look to the future. DCYF Director Joseph Ribsam said there is always a need for help and you can change a child’s life in the Granite State. “Each year we need hundreds of families willing to adopt and raise children.” said Ribsam. “Especially families willing to work with older teens, willing to work with special needs kids, large sibling groups, we can always use a hand.” More information on adoption resources can be found on the DHHS website.

November is National Adoption Month and New Hampshire Child Care Services celebrates the 222 children who have found forever homes in the past year.

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services hosts an event each year to bring families together and have fun.

It is also a time to look to the future. DCYF Director Joseph Ribsam said help is always needed and you can change a child’s life in the Granite State.

“Every year we need, you know, hundreds of families that want to adopt and raise kids,” Ribsam said. “Especially families willing to work with older teens, willing to work with special needs kids, large groups of siblings, we can always use a hand.”

More information about adoption resources can be found on the DHHS website.

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