Powered by Love: A Resource Family Approval Spotlight
Friday, May 17, 2019 // by: Dan Casas-Murray

Jennifer is 30 years old, in the prime of her womanhood. She’s always dreamt of a family and it’s what she wants more than anything. The problem is, she’s happily single. She’ll babysit, she’ll be the cool aunt, she’ll be happy watching other families’ kids. But each time she comes home, she comes home alone and goes to bed with an emptiness in her heart. She lies there, in the stillness of nighttime, listening to the clock ticking time off as she falls asleep.

Family Finding Angel: A Father's Journey with Family Finding Services
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 // by: Doni DeBolt

This piece was written about one of our families who Lilliput serves, there story is heart warming and a true of example of the success family finding services have in our community. This father sent in a letter to show his gratification for Lilliput Families and share a bit about his journey on reconnecting with one of his sons through our Family Finding services.

Against All Odds: Foster youth teen mother graduates college with two degrees
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 // by: Dan Casas-Murray

In the US, less than 2% of teen moms graduate from college. This means that out of 62,029 children who are in foster care, only 1,300 of them will earn a college degree. This is the story of Cheyenne Rogers, a teen mother and foster youth that defied all odds by earning two college degrees. 

Dear Community Social Worker
Wednesday, March 20, 2019 // by: Dan Casas-Murray

Dear Community Social Worker,

More Than Just a Logo: A Look Inside Lilliput’s Inspiring 2016 Rebrand
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 // by: Kyler Alvord

Lilliput Families has been supporting children and parents in California for the better part of four decades, but up until recently, the community knew it by a different name: Lilliput Children’s Services. Named in a nod to the tiny people from “Gulliver’s Travels” — the Lilliputians — Lilliput Children’s Services opened its doors in 1980 with the goal of helping children without homes find stable and supportive families.