Therapeutic Family Life is A Christian-based, private, non-profit foster care and adoption agency.

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    Foster Care

    TFL provides training and support for parents so that a home environment can promote physical, social, spiritual, and emotional growth for the children.

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    Adoption

    TFL supports the process of adopting a child who has been removed by CPS from their birth parents with training, post adoption services, case management consultation, referrals, and 24 hour crisis intervention.

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    Behavioral Health Services

    TFL supports moderate to intensive case management to help children and their families manage behavioral and mental health issues.

Learn more about why you should consider being a foster/adoptive parent.   

Every day in the State of Texas, children are removed from their families for reasons such as abuse, neglect or abandonment. These children greatly need the care of a loving family and our agency believes every child deserves a safe and loving home. Therapeutic Family Life serves these children by recruiting and training foster families to make it possible for these children to have the opportunity to live in safety and experience a loving family environment.

Therapeutic Family Life (TFL) is a Christian-based, private non-profit organization that has been serving foster children in the State of Texas since July of 1993, providing service to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Child Protective Services Division, as well as County Juvenile Probation Departments. Our offices support families in Arlington, Austin, Houston, Temple, Southeast Texas and San Antonio and together have provided service to more than ­­­­­15,000 children in the Texas foster care system.