Richard Villasana Helps Reunite Foster and Immigrant Children with Their Families

In this episode, Dr. Tami Patzer talks with Richard Villasana, the founder of Forever Homes for Foster Kids. Richard is a leading international authority on immigration issues and foster families, with more than three decades of experience.

Richard has been featured on CNN International, Associated Press, ABC TV, Costco Connections, and in the Washington Post. He is a columnist for Foster Focus Magazine, an international speaker, and the international award-winning author of the best-selling book “Do No Harm.”

Richard’s nonprofit has tirelessly worked with government agencies across the country to find families for foster and immigrant children, creating permanent homes for them. He specializes in locating relatives in Latin America to reunite children with their families, even in challenging cases where others have failed. Richard shares stories of his successes, including finding a father in Argentina in just five days when other organizations had searched for over four years.

This episode is a must-listen for anyone concerned about the plight of foster and immigrant children in the United States. Richard’s insights and dedication to these vulnerable populations are truly inspiring. Listeners will gain a deeper understanding of the complexities these children face and how Richard’s organization is making a difference.

To learn more about Richard Villasana and his work, visit the Forever Homes for Foster Kids website at ForeverHomesForFosterKids.org.

You can also purchase Richard’s book, “Do No Harm,” on Amazon or any bookstore to support his nonprofit’s efforts.

Tamara "Tami" Patzer

Tamara "Tami" Patzer is a No. 1 best-selling author, publisher, and video producer at Blue Ocean Authority.She is the creator of Women Innovators Radio with its sister book publications:No. 1 Women Innovators: Leaders, Makers and GiversBook Series and Big Message, Big Mission book series. She works with authors,influencers, innovators, and trendsetters to Get Media Exposure.