Monthly trainings for foster and adoptive parents as well as programs to help youth transition to independence.
Providing services to families such as Begin Again Backpacks, respite care, support groups and more.
Partnering with community and governmental agencies to recruit and retain foster/adoptive families.
In-Service Trainings for foster, kinship & guardianship parents are in full swing for 2016 in a county near you! Receive peer-to-peer support from other foster parents as well as professional training from experts in their fields. Each In Service training is approved by Children’s Division as fulfilling at least one of the STARS competency requirements.ALL EVENTS
Deja, age 15, is observant and shy. She enjoys reading, being outdoors, going shopping, and getting her hair done. Her favorite subject in school is math. Deja tends to prefer being around adults rather than other children. She would thrive as an only child in a single female home that would provide unconditional love, and support.
For more information on becoming an adoptive parent, please email email@example.com.
Budget & Finance Class: CMFCAA is now offering a new quarterly program at the Resource Center to prevent youth from getting stuck in a situation that is financially binding or detrimental for years to come. Advisors will be available for the youth to contact when they need help with purchasing a car, furniture, working through loans, debt, etc. To sign up your youth for the classes please contact CMFCAA. All youth must be 14 years old and up.