Foster Care

Foster Care

Sometimes good kids are stuck in bad situations. Foster parents play a vital role in providing for their care and protection until things improve and they can return to their birth families.

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Adoption

Adoption

Our hope is that every child in foster care will eventually return home to their birth family. Unfortunately, that’s not always possible. If a child is unable to safely return home, then that child may become eligible for adoption. As a trained foster parent, you can begin or grow your family by making a lasting commitment to a child in need of a loving home. We serve all sorts of families and will guide you through the entire adoption process.

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Residential Programs

Residential Programs

Our various facilities serve youth dealing with mental health and behavioral challenges, survivors of human trafficking, and adults with intellectual and development disabilities.

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Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health

The road to recovery is unique for each person. Our outpatient substance use and mental health services are designed to meet the needs of the individual and to help families heal and regain wholeness.

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Independent Living

Independent Living

When kids in foster care turn 18, they “age out” of the system, often unprepared for life on their own. We offer instruction, skills, and support to help them successfully transition to adulthood.

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