Foster Care & Adoptions
Children in our foster care program traditionally come from situations of abandonment, abuse, or neglect. Our foster homes provide a child with a temporary home during a difficult time in their life. When a young person's home becomes unsafe, fostering enables them to have a stable environment. It provides support for the child's family while they work to come back together. Foster families work alongside birth families to maintain family bonds, while working towards permanency and reunification.
WHY FOSTER THROUGH FWBCH?
More personalized support with to low social worker to family ratio
Around-the-clock access to social workers and support services
Opportunities for youth to be involved in FWBCH campus events and programs
Continual training and educational opportunities
WHAT IS FOSTER TO ADOPT?
We provide adoption services for our foster families seeking to adopt the children placed in their homes through our Family Foster Care program.
When reunification with family is not possible, a child's plan of care becomes adoption. We work with the foster family to provide all necessary adoption support.
WHAT ARE THE QUALIFICATIONS TO BECOME A FAMILY FOSTER HOME?
Dedicated to helping children who have experienced trauma
At least 21 years of age
Willing and able to attend FREE on-going trainings and complete licensure requirements
For additional information, please contact:
Director of Foster Care & Adoptions