“God does not call the qualified, He qualifies the called.

Could I Foster?

If you are ready to grow your heart, meet some awesome kids, and do your part to help change the world – then YES!

Being a foster parent does bring challenges, but it can be one of the most fulfilling callings there is. Deciding to open your home to care for children in need is a big commitment, but the rewards are beyond measure.

If you are exploring the possibility of becoming a foster parent and fall into one of these categories it may be the time to take the steps to learn more about how to become a foster parent:

  • Do you still have children at home, have never had kids or you’ve raised your children, but you feel you have more to give as a parent and you’re not done parenting yet? Becoming a foster parent is a great chance to fulfill this desire no matter what phase of life you are currently in.
  • Are you searching for a way to help society and have a positive influence in your local community? Making the decision to become a foster parent is a selfless act of volunteering that can result in meaningful changes in our local communities by helping in the struggles against homelessness, poverty and many other societal problems in our neighborhoods.
  • Do you find you have a need to significantly better the quality of a child’s life? Even though fostering a child is a temporary situation, meaningful, lifelong relationships are developed. If you decide to foster, you will have the opportunity to help raise children during their most vulnerable time and be a part of providing them with knowledge and experiences to help them eventually become successful adults.

Of course, there are many reasons you may be considering becoming a foster parent and if you take the next steps to become a licensed home every day will bring new challenges along with new opportunities for growth. If you are ready to become a foster home, let Therapeutic Family life help you through the process.

Contact us today to learn more and become part of the TFL Family!