In 2010, KIND, The Global Fund for Children (GFC), and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Guatemala launched a reintegration project to help Guatemalan unaccompanied children returning home from the U.S. In 2016, KIND expanded this work to include children returning to Honduras. Returning children struggle to re-enroll in school, resettle into their families and communities, overcome trauma they may have experienced during migration, and make a plan for a safer or brighter future. The Child Migrant Return and Reintegration Project (CMRRP), has served 500 returning migrant children and their families. KIND and its partners have helped children by ensuring there is coordination between their caregivers in the US and their families upon return, that they return to their communities safely, and that they receive reintegration services such as family reunification support, skills training, counseling, medical and mental health services, and help with school enrollment and scholarships. Since 2015, less than 5% of children participating in KIND’s CMRRP have re-migrated. Though modest in scale, KIND’s CMRRP serves as a successful model to governments, inter- governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations planning to develop or engage in reintegration services.