Effectively Conveying Your Messages

How you talk about children and families and your advocacy goals can be as important as your advocacy strategies. It’s important to think about your messaging techniques—how you frame your issue and explain it to others—as you plan and implement your advocacy efforts.

NACAC, in collaboration with Generations United and the National Foster Parent Association, created the following items to help organizations in kinship care, foster care, and adoption talk with the media, policy makers, and the general public about the importance of children having supported families:

We hope these resources will help you in your advocacy efforts to ensure that children who cannot remain at home are placed safely with families who have they support they need.

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