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Therapeutic Foster Care

Therapeutic Foster Care

What does a foster family mean to you?

“It’s about my entire life, it’s not just about my childhood. I want to know that I am going to have a dad or brother as my best man in my wedding. That my children will have grandparents.” – Jonathan, 15

Therapeutic Foster Home

Our Foster Care program is made up of servant hearted individuals and families who are willing to provide a stable and loving home for children from birth to 21 years old. The Foster Care staff provides training, support, and resources to each family through out the fostering process.

A Therapeutic Foster Home is a licensed and certified home to care for children with physical, emotional or behavioral difficulties. Therapeutic Foster Care is an intensive mental health service provided to a child in a family setting utilizing specially trained foster parents.

MCH is always looking for servant hearted foster parents who will provide stable and loving homes for our children. You can make a difference in the lives of children by opening your heart and home to them! Any home can be a Methodist Children’s Home!

To become a foster parent, you must:

BE:

  • 21 or older
  • married (1+ years), divorced (1+ years) or single

HAVE:

  • a high school diploma or GED
  • reliable telephone service and transportation
  • financial means to support a family

AND:

  • complete all training requirements

Where Do I Start?

If you’re interested in providing a home and support for children as a foster parent, please fill out the form below. We will be in touch with you shortly and will guide you every step of the way!

Sign up to be a Foster Parent!

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Stories

Back To School: Helping Matt Succeed

Back To School: Helping Matt Succeed

As we talked with our children about going to school in August, we were once again reminded how different it is to be a foster kid, a group home foster kid, when you go to school. One young man’s comments really made us think.

Read Back To School: Helping Matt Succeed's story


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