Become a foster parent!

Children come into foster care with histories of neglect, trauma, or abuse. Some have been separated from siblings; others have been moved from home to home.

Our foster parents are trained to provide kindness, compassion, and special care with the goal of helping children transition into permanent homes.

We need foster parents who are willing to learn about grief and loss, show compassion, introduce structure, and support the child as part of a team.

What do you get from us? Round-the-clock 24 / 7 support, competitive compensation, and a team who is committed to your success.

Step 1. Tell us how to contact you. Fill out this short form

Step 2. Bring your questions to an online information session: August 15 | September 16

To be a foster parent, you need to …

  • be at least 21 years old
  • have a stable home and income
  • maintain a drug-free environment
  • be willing to be submit to a background check
  • be willing to submit to an assessment of your family and home
  • complete all required training and be licensed by the state of North Carolina

Talk to us! Questions? Call 919.754.3647 or email [email protected]

Even if you plan to foster through another agency, we can help with home studies or pre-service training.

Meet Josh, adopted from foster care

He’s 10 years old in this video, and he has big dreams for himself. He wants to do things like travel to Mars and design rockets. But before he could start dreaming, he needed a family. Find out why Joshua 1:9 is the verse he lives by.