Become a Foster Parent

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Make the difference for a child or teen in your community – become a foster parent. 

Close your eyes and think back to when you were a child. What adult made a life altering impact on your childhood or adolescence?

Many teens and children in our family foster care program would name their foster parent. Many parents of the children in foster care with us would answer the same way. Graham Windham’s network of foster parents are an inspiring group of “ordinary” people who do the extraordinary – providing a stable, loving home in which children and teens can heal, holding young children through tantrums, coaching confused teens to find their way, helping unsure parents to learn to parent their children again, and working side by side with Graham Windham case planners through every adversity and every celebration. 

Foster parents provide a temporary home for children who have been separated from their birth parents because of abuse and neglect.  Foster parents are also critical partners in our efforts to reunify children with their parents or to find an alternate permanent family arrangement.  Being a foster parent is definitely challenging – but the reward is seeing the difference your nurturing care makes for a child.  Be part of the solution – join us today.

 

 Learn More:

 

 

Attend an orientation

   

Requirements for becoming a foster parent

   

Learn about adopting a child

   

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

Contact us to start the application process or ask questions 

 

 

 

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