Compliance Hotline: 1.800.324.5794

YAP News

AL Community Supports Family in Need of More Space

AL Community Supports Family in Need of More Space

YAP Program Director Vivian Davis appealed to her Walker County AL community to help a family in need.  A couple was awarded custody of their 4 grandchildren, but did not have a home large enough to accommodate them.  Without intervention, the children would have been placed in foster care.  Thanks to the Woodland Trace Church or Christ, an addition is being built to the home where they can live comfortably as a family.  

"Let's give them all the resources and all the tools and all the support that we can," Davis said.

Read about this story on the ABC 33/40 website.  



Media & Press Inquiries

For media and press inquiries, please contact Kelly D. Williams, Chief Communications Officer at


A story content provider about families, advocates and program practitioners on the front lines of the youth justice, child welfare and social services systems reform movement.

Safely Home YAP Film
Full-Length Version
Abbreviated Version
Search by Keyword
News Archive