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Pinal County children in foster care given permanent homes

On Saturday, November 7, the Pinal County High Court will work with courts and communities across the county to make a final decision on the adoption of 35 children from the foster care system. According to a press release, the day is a day to celebrate the joy of adoption and encourage more people to build and grow their families through adoption. Adoptions take place every 15 minutes from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in four courtrooms of the Pinal County Superior Court, 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Florence. Activities also include receptions, family photos and celebrations. “The Court is proud to join hundreds of volunteer attorneys, foster care professionals, CASA advocates and judges working across the country on this special day celebrating the adoption process.” said court-appointed special counsel supervisor and co-chair Donna McBride. Adoption day event. “By giving these children a stable and loving environment, we can make a big difference in their lives, and in return our community will experience incredible joy and rewards. This annual event is part of a nationwide effort to bring attention to the more than 100,000 children waiting in foster care in the United States. Over 4,000 adoptions each year national adoption dayAccording to the release, the community is hosting an event to celebrate the families formed by adoption. The day is also a day that draws attention to the more than 22,000 children each year who turn her 18 without having a forever family. This special day was attended by local organizations such as the Pinal County Juvenile Court, the Pinal County Court Clerk, the Pinal County Attorney’s Office, the Shankar Law Office, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, the Court-Appointed Special Counsel Program, and the State of Arizona. Union joined. Child Safety and Pinal County Superior Court. Nearly 100 court staff and volunteers will help four High Court judges make final adoption decisions throughout the morning. For more information on how to volunteer for the Pinal County CASA, please visit: Or contact Dave Franklin at 520-866-4415.

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