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A foster child’s life can be lonely and difficult. If you want to help children grow into healthy adults, consider foster parenting.

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Whether she lives across the country or across the street, LSC wants to help. LSC’s care management program can help you find services, resources, and peace of mind.

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With the help of thousands of volunteers, donors, and faith partners, LSC helps veterans and others transition from homelessness to dignity; protects children at risk of abuse and neglect with foster care; improves the lives of those battling severe and persistent mental illness through innovative programs; encourages growth and independence for those with developmental disabilities; places children in loving adoptive homes; provides warmth and welcome to refugees seeking sanctuary; and enables many men and women with varying life challenges or disabilities live proudly and independently with residential or supportive services. LSC also provides a comprehensive array of residential options and support services to North Carolina seniors including vibrant retirement communities, quality rehabilitation and skilled care nursing services, assisted living residences, at home care, geriatric care management, and caregiver support.

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Senators consider proposals to restrict refugees

LSC President Ted Goins advocates for refugees to continue resettling in South Carolina.

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Faith in Focus: Three new homes in Raleigh to help those with disabilities

Thanks to volunteers, construction is underway on three homes in Raleigh that will house adults with developmental disabilities.

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Brenda Zimmerman retires after 35 years with LSC

For Zimmerman, it has been a bittersweet week at Trinity Oaks — lots of looking back over her almost 35-year career at Trinity Oaks, and lots of looking ahead to retirement, which probably will includ

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