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     About Foster Care  

We recruit; train and support families who desire to open their home to children and youth who family is unable or unwilling to care for them and provide them with someone whom to turn when they have no one else.          

While foster care is a temporary for children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected, our foster care program encourages a safe, stable and nurturing alternative family environment.   The best permanent outcome for everyone is reached through the collaboration of all involved following a specific treatment plan for each foster child and their families.

We serve children and youth ages 0-17 that have been placed in the care of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS). Typically, these are youngsters who are experiencing a variety of social, emotional and behavioral difficulties because of abuse or neglect.

With both training and support our foster parents are equipped to help the children succeed by being both teacher and caregiver.  To see what is included in the process to become a license foster or foster to adopt parent, click here.

If you are interested in becoming a Homebound foster or foster-adoptive parent, your first step is to fill out the Inquiry Form or call 214.550.8810