We're kicking off the New Year with a 

weekly Parent Group via Zoom!.

(Good riddance, 2020!)

It's FREE for Foster Parents, Adoptive Parents, Grandparents, Guardians, and any adult who needs parenting support.

the details:


  • Foster Parents, Adoptive Parents, Guardians, Grandparents, and Parents of kids with behavioral challenges.

  • Although this group was created for foster parents, any parent who needs help and support, or just someone to talk to, is welcome to join!


  • We'll be meeting once a week on Zoom! You can sign up here and we'll send you the group page link and code for entry.

  • You can also request to join out Facebook Group to keep up with news and meeting information, as well as share thoughts and information.


  • After you sign up, you'll get information on the first meeting, day, and time. Meetings will be in the evening, so please select which day you prefer to meet when you sign up.

  • We hope to start the group meetings by the end of January), but we'll let you know exactly when we'll be starting.


  • The group is an open forum for discussion and support. 

  • We plan to have guest speakers to talk about the things that matter most to us.

  • We will be setting a theme for each meeting based on member suggestions.


  • Participation in this club is FREE to all adult members!


  • It's a chance to connect with other parents and guardians just like you, share ideas and stories, and learn new things to help you become a better parent.

Sign Up Now!

To register, please take the time to fill out the information below. Please be assured that all information is considered confidential and will not be shared without your express permission.



Foster youth are one of the most vulnerable subgroups of children living in the the United States. According to Foster Care statistics & resources, approximately 443,000 children and youth are currently in foster care in the United States and 30,000 youth between the ages of 18-21 "age out" of the foster care system annually.  


These at-risk youth:

  • Have the highest high school dropped rate of 50% and are often unable to take and pass the GED test;

  • Are unprepared for college level work;

  • Although 70% say they would like to go to college, less than 3% will earn a college degree in their life time;

  • Within four years of aging out of the foster care system, 50% of youth have no earnings;

  • those who do have earnings make less than $7,500 a year and are unable to economically sustain themselves;

  • Lack of preparation for adult life results in 60% of these youth being convicted of a crime.

Findings show that Domestic Violence inflicts harm to children such as emotional harm, psychological harm, physical pain, and low self-esteem, which impacts the child's learning systems, thereby influencing a child to lose interest in education, arrive late to school, be absent from school, and drop out of school.


Together, we can help them reshape the trajectory of their lives.

Won't you or someone you know join us?

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Ruby's Enlightened Path, Inc.

3111 Route 38, Suite 11 #271

Mount Laurel NJ, 08054