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  • Foster Care Alumni of America
    Provides foster care resources, reunites foster care people, and connects them to improve foster. Suggest a resource, volunteer, or share foster care experiences.

  • American Foster Care Resources, Inc
    American Foster Care Resources, Inc., founded in 1983, is a nonprofit, tax exempt corporation dedicated to the research, development and production of informational and educational resources for and about family foster care.

  • California Youth Connection
    California Youth Connection is an advocacy/youth leadership organization for current and former foster youth. We are young people, who because of our experiences with the child welfare system, now work to improve foster care, to educate the public and policy makers about our unique needs and to change the negative stereotypes many people have of us.

    To provide supportive services to all foster and adoptive parent associations, and foster, shelter and adoptive children in the state of Florida.

  • Foster Parent Associations Network
    Join this network of foster parents for access to information, resources and support.

  • Foster Parent Community
    This site is for the purpose of sharing information with foster and adoptive families, prospective foster and adoptive families and anyone involved in the field of working with at-risk children.

  • Gateway Woods' Foster Program
    The overall purpose of the Gateway Woods Specialized Foster Care Program is to glorify God by ministering to the needs of abused, neglected and disturbed children in a Christian home environment. To accomplish this, Gateway Woods aims to provide the necessary training and support, based on Biblical principles to equip foster parents in caring for these children.

  • Inner Circle Foster Care
    Inner Circle Foster Care and Adoption Services addresses the growing deficit of services to troubled children and families in our community.

  • Morris County Foster Parents Association
    The Morris County Foster Parents Association is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to the support and advocacy of foster families in Morris County and the children placed in their care by the State Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS).

  • National Foster Parent Association
    To bring together foster parents, agency representatives and community people who wish to work together to improve the foster care system and enhance the lives of all children and families

  • Nebraska HHS System Foster Care Index
    Foster care is a safety service for children when they are unable to remain safely at home. Children are provided with a substitute or supplemental family life experience in an HHS System approved or licensed home for a planned, temporary period of time. The parents of these children receive support in working toward reunifying their family or an alternate permanent plan for their child.

  • New Hampshire - Foundations For Fostering
    The Foster Care Health Program (FCHP) assures that all New Hampshire children in substitute care have their physical and mental health needs assessed and addressed. These children will have immediate and continuing access in their placement community to physical and mental health assessment and treatment. Nurse Coordinators obtain the services of community health.

  • Parent Network For The Post-Institutionalized Child
    A support network devoted to understanding the medical, developmental, emotional and educational needs of children adopted from hospital, orphanages and institutions throughout the world

  • Tallahassee Area Foster Parent Association
    The TAFPA is working in partnership with the Florida State Foster Parent Association to inform the Legislature and the Public of the needs and concerns of foster children and their biological,foster and adoptive families and children and families at risk.

  • The Casey Family Program
    The Casey Family Program provides an array of services for children and youth, with foster care as its core. Casey services include adoption, guardianship, kinship care (being cared for by extended family), and family reunification (reuniting children with birth families). Casey is also committed to helping youth in foster care make a successful transition to adulthood. As a direct service operating foundation, The Casey Family Program does not make grants.

  • The Foster Care Co-operative (U.K.)
    The purpose of the Co-operative is to provide a range of excellent foster home placements to children accommodated by local authorities, and to ensure an extensive support service to our foster carers in the knowledge that support has a direct bearing on success outcomes.

  • The Foster Parent Community
    Please bookmark this site and feel free to participate in our chat and email discussions. As well, visit our discussion boards when you have a chance. I hope you find this visit to be very informative and fun at the same time. Thank you for your visit and have a good day.

  • The National Resource Center for Foster Care and Permanency Planning
    The National Resource Center for Foster Care and Permanency Planning at the Hunter College School of Social Work is a training, technical assistance, and information services organization dedicated to increasing the capacity of child welfare agencies to provide children with safe, permanent families in supportive communities.

  • The Who Cares Trust
    We are a national charity working to improve public care for around 60,000 children and young people who are separated from their families and living in residential or foster care.

  • United Community Caregivers Foster Parent Association
    A non-profit organization, working closely with the Department of Children & Family Services in their endeavor to assist at-risk children. These children, through no fault of their own, have been removed from their biological parents due to an inability to care for them.

  • Welcome to the National Foster Parent Association
    To bring together foster parents, agency representatives and community people who wish to work together to improve the foster care system and enhance the lives of all children and families.

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