Foster Care helps children who are experiencing a variety of emotional, behavioral, and social problems due to some type of abuse/neglect in their past.
Our Foster Care program is one of the oldest and largest programs serving unaccompanied refugee minors in the United States.
We strongly recommend our foster parents have a sense of humor...and
an enormous heart.
At CCC, we believe children develop and mature best in an atmosphere of love and mutual respect. Our social workers and foster parents work closely to provide the stability and support each child needs to heal. Foster parents provide a healthy, safe and loving home where children can develop to their fullest potential. We strongly recommend our foster parents have a sense of humor and a big heart. Click here for information on becoming a foster parent.
Referral agencies work with CCC to place children with appropriate foster parents. Click here for information for referral agencies.
Foster Care provides a home for children who are experiencing a variety of emotional, behavioral and social problems due to a history of abuse or neglect. Our treatment foster care program serves children from infancy to 21 years of age who require a more therapeutic environment than regular foster care including
professional case management, supervision and support. Many of these children have been emotionally traumatized and our goal is to provide an environment of emotional safety. We promote permanency in placement giving stability to the families and the children we serve.
CCC also provides foster care to refugee minors – children who have fled their home countries because of war or persecution due to their race, religion, or political affiliation. CCC has provided services to refugee children for over 30 years, creating one of the oldest and largest programs serving unaccompanied refugee minors in the United States. Social workers and foster parents provide intensive supports to help kids adjust to life in the U.S. Family stabilization services are provided to refugee youth and their families experiencing family issues related to adjustment, parenting and/or trauma. They are preventative in nature and are specifically designed to preserve and support the family unit.
Contact us to learn more about the foster care program, and becoming a
FOSTER PARENTS NEEDED:
Foster parents bring a child into their home, and teach him/her valuable life skills and lessons that help the child grow into a healthy adult. Our foster parents receive extensive training, 24-hour on-call support, and compensation for their dedicated work. Click here to find out how to become a foster parent.