The Homecoming Project

Funded from 2003 to 2008 as a demonstration project under a federal Adoption Opportunities and Activities Grant, The Homecoming Project provided an opportunity to expand efforts to recruit permanent families for teenagers with the overall goal of increasing the number of adoptions of adolescents under state guardianship in Minnesota. Wilder Research conducted a process and outcome evaluation and developed practice tips for working with teens under state guardianship

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Finding Permanent Families for Teens Under State Guardianship - Final Report for The Homecoming ProjectDemonstration ProjectDecember 2008Michelle Decker Gerrard, Ellen Shelton, Maggie Skrypek, Ron Mortenson
Finding Adopted Familes for Teens - Practice Tips for Working with Teens Under State GuardianshipDemonstration ProjectOctober 2008Maggie Skrypek, Michelle Chalmers

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