There is a growing need for families willing to open their hearts and homes to children and teenagers who have been removed from their biological families. The reasons vary from neglect and abuse to abandonment, but the fact remains — these young people desperately need the refuge of a loving and warm foster home.
Couples or single adults committed to providing a loving home for children, to learning how to positively parent, and to providing children ample space to grow. Families offer support to children and youth who are experiencing intense mental, emotional and severe behavioral challenges in supportive and stable foster homes. Foster parents demonstrate stability and maturity, and represent all ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
All members of the foster care family must be committed to taking on the extra responsibility of foster children. They must be willing to participate in a family assessment and become licensed through the state. Ongoing educational training is a required part of becoming a member of our team. Families receive compensation for their support and services.