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Peer Support for Adoptive Parents

nbadoptionLogo.jpgHundreds of children in the province are still looking for a home and a family to call their own. There can be unique challenges involved in adopting, particularly when it comes to children with a history of abuse, neglect or loss. There's a new pilot project that's looking to help families by offering support from parents who have been there. Suzanne Kingston of the New Brunswick Adoption Foundation explains how it works.

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New Brunswick Adoption Foundation

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