Wednesday’s Child Sits In On Studio C Session at KBCOCBS4’s friends at KBCO recently invited a Wednesday’s Child who loves music to sit in on a Studio C session.
Caring Adults Can Make A Huge Difference In A Child’s LifeFor children living in foster care finding a forever family can make all the difference in the world.
Adoption Breaks The Cycle of Abuse, Neglect For Some ChildrenCBS4 works with the Adoption Exchange promoting adoption for kids living in foster care, in an effort to better their lives.
'It's Like She Was Meant To Be Part Of Our Family': Adoption Can Be Healing For Everyone InvolvedA child who is adopted out of foster care is more likely to go to college and become self-sufficient, but adoption can also be healing for the parents.
“He Protects Me”: The Difference An Adoptive Father Has Made For Two BrothersAdoption isn’t always an easy journey, but it can have amazing outcomes.
Adoption Exchange Mentorship Program Gives Teens Another Chance At Lasting ConnectionThe Adoption Exchange fosters mentorship between caring adults, and teens getting ready to age out of foster care.
Former Wednesday’s Child Looks Back On His Adoption JourneyCBS4 has been profiling kids in foster care on Wednesday’s Child for nearly 40 years, recently we caught up with one from 1986.
‘Adopting Was The Best Option’: Couple Meets Needs Of Children In Foster CareHundreds of Colorado children live in foster care and are eligible for adoption. A Thornton couple heard the call of those kids and expanded their family.
‘Every Child Deserves One Caring Adult’: The Adoption Exchange Creates That ConnectionCBS4's A Day for Wednesday’s Child has been postponed.
See Recent Colorado Adoption SuccessesThe Adoption Exchange has connected 8,600 children in foster care with families since 1983.
Lieutenant Governor On Adoption: 'Having Loving Family Is So Important'Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne talked with CBS4 about why the work of the Adoption Exchange helps the State of Colorado.
There Are 302 Colorado Kids Eligible For Adoption Right NowMeet some of the children that are living in foster care and either eligible for adoption or waiting for forever homes.
Family Shares Story Of Adoption With CBS4The Gomez family had four biological kids and then added an infant from foster care.
Colorado Couple: Adoption Is A Big Commitment, But Worth ItTwelve-year-old Ariel has been with her new family for five years now
‘Our Family Was Not Complete’: Adoption Was The AnswerChildren, who are adopted out of foster care, are more likely to go to college, hold a steady job, and have a successful family.