Chandra Moyer’s compelling book exposes the downfalls of the Nation’s Foster Care system. She stresses the urgency for Foster Care reform to provide real help and real hope to abused and neglected children. Chandra shares her own personal experiences to spark a movement for change, inspiring readers to move from just being informed bystanders to being active advocates for change.
- Why adoptive parents need children’s past histories and attachment training to parent effectively.
- The importance of Foster Care reform and need for accountability within Child Protective Services
- Why it’s important adoptive parents receive training on reactive attachment disorder
- Why human traffickers prey on foster care youth
What people are saying
“Chandra is a beautiful voice for the voiceless who has been sustained by her faith in God. Her story hopes to encourage other families and bring to light bureaucracy that may be hurting the very children it was supposed to protect. ” Rosemary Trible, Emmy Award Winner, Author, Founder of Fear 2 Freedom
“Whether you are an adoptive parent, aspire to be an adoptive parent, and or just care about the future of our young people, this book will change the way that you understand how the adoption process works in America.” Amy Blankson, Co-Founder of Good Think, Inc. Author of “The Future of Happiness”