Foster Care and Adoption
Basic Foster Care
Family living which includes health, safety, food, shelter, community involvement, education and nurturing to enhance the child’s well-being.
Therapeutic Foster Care
Foster care and additional support services to children and adolescents with mild to moderate emotional disturbances and/or behavioral problems.
Parent Skill Training
Training for foster/biological parents to care for youth to facilitate healing and reentry into a more normalized world.
Preparation for Adult Living (PAL)
Provide intensive life skills training to prepare transitioning youth for independent living.
Provide complete adoption services for the permanent placement of youth.
Must be at least 25 years of age
Single, legally separated or married at least one year
History of stable employment
Have a phone and reliable transportation
Home Study & Team Interview
Training – Observation Hours