July 24th at 3PM

Join us for a night of fun and games! We will be hosting the party via Zoom, so anyone can join either via phone, computer, or tablet.
Ask your caregiver about attending!


Offered every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
9/7/2021 – 12/2/2021

Ask your caregiver to sign-up if you’d like to receive tutoring


Women in Medicine

Female High School and College Students
interested in the Medical Field

The Madam Dreamers Academy conference is Friday, August 6th – Sunday, August 8th and is a multi-day event to celebrate, educate, and support its members and interested members! The conference provides a platform for speakers to present on various topics including, but not limited to: exploring specialties, financing your journey, self-care, doctorpreneurship, studying, overcoming obstacles and so much more.

Ask your caregiver for additional information and to attend.

We celebrate Juneteenth because it is a day that honors the freedom of all people living in the United States. While the Emancipation Proclamation became effective on January 1, 1863, relaying and enforcing that information across the country was not instantaneous. State by state, Union soldiers spread the word, and it took them nearly two and a half years to reach Texas, the most rural Confederate state. Finally, on June 19, 1865, an order was issued informing the people of Texas that all slaves are free.

We recognize June 19th, known as Juneteeth, as a day that honors the freedom of all people (end of slavery) living in the United States. The Emancipation Proclamation and Juneteenth were some of the first steps on the Civil Rights journey in America, but they are far from the last. We are proud to be an organization that works to create a better future for our families and community by helping to build bridges and raise their voices to make change within our nation.

One of our organization’s core values is Respect – Everyone involved with Foreverfamily is a valuable member of the Foreverfamily family and is treated with the utmost respect. We know that part of respect is recognizing, accepting, and affirming a person’s identity, including their gender and sexuality. We strive to ensure everyone, from our children and families to our staff and volunteers, feels respected and welcome in our space.

We hope that you will join us in June to celebrate the members and accomplishments of the LGBTQ+ community and recognize their struggles as we work toward creating a more respectful and welcoming nation.