This Resource Library is a collection of books, tapes, and DVDs, as well as instantly downloadable items, such as newsletters and tip sheets. You will find a wide variety of topics related to foster care, kinship caregiving, and adoption.

Wisconsin families and professionals are welcome to check out physical materials from our library for free (electronic items are available to all for free and on-demand). Materials requested will be shipped to you with a postage-paid return envelope. You can help us serve more people by sending along a check for the amount of postage, if possible. You may check out four (4) items at a time and keep them for three (3) weeks.

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Resources for Transracial Families

Educational resources and support services are important for all families. For transracial families, having access to age-appropriate resources can help your family engage in interactive discussions about race and ethnicity. […]

WiFCC Flyer

Welcome to the Wisconsin Family Connections Center! Learn more about who we are, what we do, and what we offer in this flyer that shares all about us! Download Flyer

Acceptance: A Memoir

A luminous, generation-defining memoir of foster care and homelessness, Harvard and Big Tech, examining society’s fixation with resilience—and its cost As a homeless teenager writing college essays in her rusty Toyota Corolla, […]

Redefining Normal

Growing up, they didn’t believe they had a future. Together, they are building forever. Alexis Black persevered through her mother’s death and her father’s imprisonment. And after escaping a long […]

A Place Called Home: A Memoir

There are millions of homeless children in America today and in A Place Called Home, award-winning child welfare advocate David Ambroz writes about growing up homeless in New York for eleven […]