Three Back2Back Monterrey staff were invited to sit at the table of the ceremonial signing of a new law establishing the rights of children and formalizing the establishment of a foster care system in the state of Nuevo Leon that is being pioneered by Back2Back.
We provide individualized holistic care based on Back2Back's 5-Point Child Development Plan that helps us meet the spiritual, physical, educational, emotional, and social needs of each and every child that we work with.
If we can provide resources to address spiritual, physical, educational, emotional and social needs, hope can be restored and families can be kept intact and this is why we desire to build a community center.
Two days after I left my job in 2010, a missionary from Nepal was speaking at our church. He spoke on the passage in Genesis about Isaac settling in the land of his father, Abraham and digging wells. The first
We remember the beginning, when we started visiting the kids from San Jose children’s home. We remember their excitement for meeting someone new. We remember their smiles and laughter. We remember hearing their stories and learning about their struggles. And
For the last year, Back2Back has been working on creating the foster care system here in Mexico. After being asked by the state government of Nuevo Leon (where Monterrey is located) to pioneer this program, Back2Back reached out to the
While in the states for the summit on the orphan in Chicago on May 1-2, we extended our trip a few weeks for some fundraising and time at the U.S. office in Ohio. It has been a whirlwind couple of weeks, but
One of the things that we do at Back2Back is to put a lot of emphasis on the children’s birthdays. For some of them, it is the first time that they will celebrate their special day, and for others their
One thing that I have heard over and over again during the last two years working with Back2Back that has become the root of everything that we plan and do for the children we serve is that “we are only