Learn About a NJ Adoption Agency, Family Options Adoptions

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Learning how to adopt a child is only half of the adoption process. Finding the right agency to adopt through is another huge decision a family will have to make. This month, CASA of CGS will be featuring several adoption … Continued

What to Expect When You're Adopting!

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Countless children in the United States are waiting for their forever families. Adopting a child in need of a family can be one of the noblest things a person can do. At CASA of CGS in New Jersey, we do … Continued

CASA Success Stories!: Denise A. Gives Family New Lease on Life

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Continuing on with our success stories theme for the month of February, today we bring you CASA of CGS Denise A.’s story about how she made a big difference for a family of five. Denise A. was an advocate for … Continued

CASA Success Stories!: Jackie T. Changes Lives of Four Children

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CASA advocate Jackie T. was given a case whose success would come to mean a new lease on life for four children. The family Jackie worked with consisted of four children, all Russian-born. Because of consistent physical and verbal abuse, the children were … Continued

Meet Lauren Ritter: A Voice for the Children!

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At CASA of CGS, our advocates mean the world to us! They selflessly dedicate their time to be a voice for abused and/or neglected children without ever asking for or seeking recognition in any way. Each advocate has a reason … Continued

Meet Brittany Williams: A Voice for the Children!

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At CASA of CGS, our advocates mean the world to us! They selflessly dedicate their time to be a voice for abused and/or neglected children without ever asking for or seeking recognition in any way. Each advocate has a reason … Continued

Breaking the Chains of Child Abuse: BACA of NJ mean business and they won't take no for an answer.

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Dedicated, honest, trustworthy, sensitive, caring, driven, and loving. You’d probably never guess who I was describing. Unfortunately, we live in a society full of stereotypes, bias, and judgment. We have to learn to not judge a person or group on … Continued

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