DHS surveys faith-based communities on older adults’ needs

Responses help identify focus areas for aging network.

Parents: Get help with job skills, education and other resources

Learn about programs and services that help parents support their children.

Get involved and improve the lives of older youth in foster care

Every teen deserves a family and a fair chance at success in adulthood. 

Learn about advance care planning for yourself and loved ones

Read more about tools available to assist during this process.


What you need to know about the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program

School-aged children who qualify for free and/or reduced lunch may be eligible for P-EBT.

Children benefit emotionally, financially and medically from knowing their fathers

The Division of Child Support Services assists with establishing paternity for new births.

Keeping siblings together maintains family bonds

Joint sibling placements increase the likelihood of permanency and stability.

Changes in cognition are a normal part of aging, but dementia is not

While Alzheimer’s represents most dementia cases, there are several other forms that affect brain health.

National Reunification Month focuses on the importance of partnerships between birth and foster parents

Building partnerships is necessary while working toward reunification.

Join us in Lifting Up Voices against elder abuse

June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day; learn how you can take action to protect older adults.