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‘BVT Bridge’ Offers New Path for Community

In June, Rachel Parker started BVT Bridge, a virtual solution for day program participants that lets them connect with friends online.

Planning for an Independent Life Ahead

The event is is meant to give youth from foster care an idea of what they can expect as future college students.

Stories from Quarantine: Corpus Christi

BCFS Health and Human Services-Corpus Christi has found new and creative ways to provide programs and services to youth and families in the Coastal Bend region ever since the first major spread of COVID-19 through the U.S. Their ability to transition and meet needs in new ways has proven to be a success! Much of […]

Welcome Project Angel Fares to the BCFS System

On May 15, BCFS System President and CEO Kevin C. Dinnin welcomed Project Angel Fares (PAF) as the newest addition to the BCFS System of nonprofit organizations. We wanted to give you a closer look at this amazing organization that helps make dreams come true for children and families from all over the country. Founded […]

BCFS Health and Human Services-Del Rio Receives Gift From Garfield Elementary Student Leadership Team (StuCo)

Kasey Ristow made a donation of gift bags filled with essential toiletries put together by the Garfield Student Council.

BCFS Health and Human Services-San Antonio Recognized With Generous Gift

RBFCU donated $1,000 in support of the Community Services Division’s initiatives in San Antonio, Texas.

Dennis Ferguson Talks Programming and COVID-19 on ‘KDT Live’

“We spend a lot of time just reassuring them and encouraging them – getting them to acknowledge that they are capable of making progress”

Flat Stanley Joins BVT Family

The project has taken the eight Stanleys to several U.S. states and family events.

Recognizing Those in Foster Care

National Foster Care Month has been headed by the Children’s Bureau since 1988.

Abilene Observes One-Year Anniversary of Tornado

It was billed as a “Honk Your Horn” parade to allow people to give thanks from the safety of their cars.