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Supporting Foster and Adoptive Parents

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Ever wondered how you can better support families who foster or have adopted children in your community?

Read our handy guide.

For more info on how you can support families in the Black Country, please contact our LBC Families Champion Sam Knight - families@loveblackcountry.org.uk




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