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The mission of our foster care program is to provide services and support in order to reunite families, strengthen them and assist them in achieving independence while providing a safe and nurturing environment for their children.
About Foster Care
Within our approach to foster care, foster parents are active members of the team working with and supporting the family in their reunification efforts. Foster parents serve children by providing a protective environment, securing medical and dental care, and garnering educational support. They support children in therapy, transport and assist with family visits and provide information regarding the children's needs.
These children require foster families committed to helping them achieve permanency within their family, or when that is not possible, through adoption.
For more information or to request an informational packet about foster parenting contact:
Email Latoia Williams
Please include your name, address city, state, zip code, email address, and daytime phone number.