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We are delighted to report that the phones are ringing with requests for children that need safe and loving foster homes. Most of these children are school-aged and many are sibling groups of two, three and even four. Tasha is working frantically to get new foster families licensed and we have just this month licensed three new families! Please call us if you would like to join our CFC family of foster parents (704-960-9514.)
We are also working on several adoption home studies (Adoption Pre-Placement Assessments.) If you are planning a private adoption or have a child in mind on AdoptUsKids, call us at 704-576-1091 to get you started on the home study.
Sadly and due to the pandemic, there are many children throughout North Carolina that are being abused and/or neglected but due to isolation they have nobody to tell. Hopefully with the return to in-person learning in schools, they will have a trusted adult to talk with and get the help they need. It is expected that many of these children will need out-of-home care. Please consider opening your hearts and homes to these children, many of whom are school aged and are sibling groups that need to stay together. To learn more about becoming a foster parent please call us at 704-960-9514 or 704-568-9753.
We are experiencing more calls for children that need foster homes throughout North Carolina. We need more homes to fill this need! As one of our foster parents puts it, "If you think you are strong enough or brave enough, or just feel the nudge to try, our community needs you right now. You don't have to be perfect, no one is. You don't have to be wealthy, there are a million shortcuts. You don't have to be a stay-at-home parent, but it would be wonderful if you are. You don't have to be a parent already, and it's OK if you already have kids. There are children who have nowhere to go, but they can't go back to their family. They shouldn't be sleeping at DSS, they shouldn't be bounced to whoever has a space for the night. They need an advocate, a family, a person and a place to call home. They need a soft place to land."