Education

Monthly trainings for foster and adoptive parents as well as programs to help youth transition to independence.

Education

Support

Providing services to families such as Begin Again Backpacks, respite care, support groups and more.

Support

Advocacy

Partnering with community and governmental agencies to recruit and retain foster/adoptive families.

Advocacy

Winter Wonderland Ball

Join us for a catered and plated meal, cotton candy, face painting, DJ, dance party, and special guests!

West Ridge Event Center
6pm – 9pm

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Winter Wonderland Ball
February 24, 2017

Children in foster care are granted some sense of normalcy with a new federal law.

The Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act of 2014 is a Federal law that allows some flexibility for caregivers […]

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Finding a forever home for Marissa D.

Marissa, age 5,  is a sweet, loving and fun little girl.  She is a happy and curious child that loves to laugh.   Marissa can be slow to warm up to unfamiliar faces, but once she gets used to someone, she will smile and sometimes vocalize her happiness!  An adoptive family for Marissa will need to be available to ensure Marissa’s medical and developmental needs are met.  Marissa’s beautiful smile and spunky attitude is sure to melt the heart of her future forever family! If you are interested in being a forever home for Marissa, please call us at 573-298-0258.

 

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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.