Both of My Moms

This month we are featuring stories from Southeast Asia and the Touch A Life programs there. This week we have a special blog post written by Pam Cope’s daughter, Tatum. Tatum was adopted from Vietnam in October of 2001 and recently went back to her home...

Traveling Light

All month long we are talking about our programs in Southeast Asia, reintroducing you to some of the beautiful work happening to prevent human trafficking in Vietnam and Cambodia. Pam Cope, Touch A Life Co-Founder, took a trip to Vietnam this past summer, and wanted...

Vietnam & Cambodia: The Work Continues

It all began in Vietnam. After adopting a child from Saigon, Vietnam, Pam and Randy Cope found that Touch A Life could make a difference more than just one life. A couple that they had met in their travels opened their eyes to the cycle of poverty, child labor, and...

Using Collage in Art Therapy

This post is part of our blog series by our Art Therapist, Ally Root. Ally is passionate about the ways in which the creative arts can bring healing, and she will be sharing her thoughts here along with projects that she has completed with the children at our Care...

Exploring Safety Issues in Art Therapy

This post is part of our blog series on art therapy by our Art Center Director, Ally Root. Ally is passionate about the ways in which the creative arts can bring healing, and she will be sharing her thoughts here along with projects that she has completed with the...