Our website serves as our primary communication tool with young people. Build on a dynamic social network platform using Web 2.0 functionality, it provides a means for young people to connect in a safe, monitored environment. The website also serves as a hub of information relating to foster care, including articles, Q+A, message boards, contests, discussion on foster care topics, and biographies of famous people who grew up in care. It's the resource that's available to youth 24/7."

The Children's Bureau and it's partners: U.S. Dept of Health + Human Services, Administration for Children + Families and Child Welfare Information Gateway, bring you a wide variety of resources and information about U.S. Foster Care. On this site the have ares for : Youth, Professionals, Caregivers, Parents, Communities, Tribes, etc. 

"AdoptUSKids provides tools and technical assistance to support states, tribes, and territories in their efforts to connect children in foster care with families interested in adopting them. Our mission: (1) To raise public awareness about the need for foster and adoptive families for children in the public child welfare system; and (2) to assist US states, territories, and tribes to recruit and retain foster and adoptive families."


The Archibald Project does not claim the above books as perfect nor has each staff member read every selection. These books have been recommended by people heavily involved in foster care. These books and their authors they do not speak for or represent The Archibald Project.