How can we support kids in foster families?
In the first of a short series on diversity in types of family structures, Tobin Hodges interviews foster mom Danielle Bogart.
Danielle shares their experience as a foster family and offers insight into how caring adults can support kids and families in the foster care system.
Danielle also talks about the benefits of Camp Akiva, a program of Our Father’s Children, a DFW non-profit that provides hope to children of abuse and neglect in Texas, ages 6-18, in week-long camp settings and weekend retreats.
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Chris Robey | CEO
Chris has spent most of his career empowering teenagers from all backgrounds. As the leader of Teen Life, he is passionate about helping students make good choices while also giving adults the tools they need to communicate more effectively with teens. Chris is a graduate of Midwestern State University and holds a Master’s Degree in Family Life Education from Lubbock Christian University.
Tobin Hodges | Program Director
Tobin’s entire career has been centered around students and teens from all walks of life. He has a passion for helping teens be their best selves. As Program Director, he loves working directly with school staff and students through Teen Life Support Groups. Tobin has a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Texas Tech University.