When Adopted Children Need a Second Chance

JeNae Goodrich was adopted into her own family as a child.  Growing up surrounded by adopted siblings helped prepare her for her life of social work, but she couldn’t have predicted that she would have gotten involved with one of the toughest, most stressful and even controversial sides of adoption. JeNae heads up the KidTeen program at Wasatch International adoption agency. Wasatch has one of the few programs in the country willing to work with families who have already adopted, but find that the child they adopted is not doing well in their home and they might need to place the child in another home. This is one of the more difficult aspects of adoption. What happens when adoptions don’t work out? Find our more about this process, the children and families involved and how JeNea navigates all of this trauma to try to bring peace and wellbeing to all involved.

Find out more about the KidTeen adoption program JaNae Goodrich is in charge of here.

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