• Foster Care Film: Volume 1

      In this award-winning collection, Charell, Ashley and Camilla are former foster youth sharing their deeply personal stories about their experiences in foster care. Foster Care Film Series: Volume 1 celebrates the perseverance of these narratives, dispelling the negative stereo-types about foster care by showing how school, extended family and the kindness of strangers can help a child find their path in life.

      Includes three films: Feeling Wanted (2015), My Identity (2016) and Family Rewritten (2017)
      Study guides and bonus content also included.

    • Family Rewritten (Educator's Toolkit)

      Despite battling Cystic Fibrosis, Camilla, age 16, identified as a typical middle-class American teenager until the thread that held her family together suddenly snapped. Just months before her 18th birthday Camilla found herself in foster care, but instead of being ashamed, she made a conscious decision to not let the situation define her.

    • Feeling Wanted (Educator's Toolkit)

      Charell, age 6, woke up to find herself alone. She made breakfast, dropped her baby sister off with a neighbor, and walked to school. With a dad incarcerated for murder, a mom on drugs & a childhood in foster care, Charell knew it was time to break the cycle.

    • My Identity (Educator's Toolkit)

      Ashley, a young Native-American Caucasian girl, converts to Islam in hopes of finding structure in a life where it never existed, but with that decision comes the risk of losing one of the few biological connections she still has. "My Identity" tells the story of how race, religion, and family heritage can shape one's identity.

      The Educator's DVD and Toolkit comes with an in-school/organization public screening license, as well as video extras, related articles, and individual study guides for:
      1. foster youth (teens & young adults)
      2. current & prospective foster parents
      3. professionals (social workers, advocates, therapists, legal workers, and mentors)

     
     
    • Foster Care Film: Volume 1

      Study Guide included.
    • Family Rewritten (Educator's Toolkit)

      Study Guide included.
    • Feeling Wanted (Educator's Toolkit)

      Study Guide included.
    • My Identity (Educator's Toolkit)

      Study Guide included.

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    • Foster Care Film: Volume 1

      Foster Care Film: Volume 1

      In this award-winning collection, Charell, Ashley and Camilla are former foster youth sharing their deeply personal stories about their experiences in foster care. Foster Care Film Series: Volume 1 celebrates the perseverance of these narratives, dispelling the negative stereo-types about foster care by showing how school, extended family and the kindness of strangers can help a child find their path in life.

      Includes three films: Feeling Wanted (2015), My Identity (2016) and Family Rewritten (2017)
      Study guides and bonus content also included.

    • Family Rewritten (Educator's Toolkit)

      Family Rewritten (Educator's Toolkit)

      Despite battling Cystic Fibrosis, Camilla, age 16, identified as a typical middle-class American teenager until the thread that held her family together suddenly snapped. Just months before her 18th birthday Camilla found herself in foster care, but instead of being ashamed, she made a conscious decision to not let the situation define her.

    • Feeling Wanted (Educator's Toolkit)

      Feeling Wanted (Educator's Toolkit)

      Charell, age 6, woke up to find herself alone. She made breakfast, dropped her baby sister off with a neighbor, and walked to school. With a dad incarcerated for murder, a mom on drugs & a childhood in foster care, Charell knew it was time to break the cycle.

    • My Identity (Educator's Toolkit)

      My Identity (Educator's Toolkit)

      Ashley, a young Native-American Caucasian girl, converts to Islam in hopes of finding structure in a life where it never existed, but with that decision comes the risk of losing one of the few biological connections she still has. "My Identity" tells the story of how race, religion, and family heritage can shape one's identity.

      The Educator's DVD and Toolkit comes with an in-school/organization public screening license, as well as video extras, related articles, and individual study guides for:
      1. foster youth (teens & young adults)
      2. current & prospective foster parents
      3. professionals (social workers, advocates, therapists, legal workers, and mentors)