Who can foster?

Foster parents are people just like you! They are:

  • Married, single, divorced or widowed
  • At least 21 years of age Legal U.S. and Arizona resident Apartment dweller, renter or home-owner
  • Able to pass a fingerprint-based criminal history records check

1. Orientation

When you are ready to get started, please attend an orientation. At the orientation you will learn:

  • Who are the children in need of homes?
  • What are the requirements to be a foster or adoptive parent?
  • What are the roles and responsibilities of foster or adoptive parents?
  • What is the process to become a foster or adoptive parent?
  • What supports are available for foster and adoptive parents?

Stay tuned for more information about our next orientation.

2. Basic Training


Deepen your understanding of a Biblical approach to foster care and adoption through this one-day course.

Over the course of a day participants will explore:
  • God’s heart for restoration and reconciliation
  • Our role in caring for the broken
  • The need for community and support
  • How to care for a child who has experienced trauma
  • Choosing an agency and licensing checklist
Lunch will be provided. Unfortunately childcare will NOT be provided. Couples are encouraged to attend together.

Stay tuned for more information about our next orientation.




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