You’re not alone if you’re horrified by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. And with the Taliban retaking control of Afghanistan, people are being forced to flee their country with no place to go at a record pace. Unfortunately, this type of aggression is nothing new to the thousands of families, many of which are women and children, who annually flee from their homeland because they are in danger of being persecuted. Samaritas and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service have taken the lead in resettling New Americans and their families and is currently looking for assistance in supporting refugees coming to Michigan.

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News

2022 Foster Care Town Hall: Part II
What does kinship care mean?
During this discussion about Kinship Care, Samaritas leaders and Michigan's most compassionate foster care experts will discuss the process whereby relatives, or other adults, can step in to care for beloved foster kids. Kinship care refers to the care of children by relatives or, in some... Read More
8th Annual LAS Forever Home Run on Oct. 8
Kids Who Need ‘Forever Homes’ to Benefit from 5k Run on Oct. 8 in Bloomfield Hills TROY, Mich. – Adoption advocates, running fanatics, and families searching for fall fun are encouraged to attend the 8th Annual Forever Home Run presented by The KSG Group at... Read More
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The Fessenden Family

This is the story of 6 siblings who found their forever family through Samaritas adoption and foster care :)

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