A Foster Home Coordinator is assigned to each foster family to help coordinate services. The Coordinator is available to foster parents to offer resources, advice, and guidance in the foster care process.
Respite care provides foster parents occasional relief from the daily demands of caring for children in foster care. This relief time affords foster parents the opportunity to attend to the needs of their own family.
Foster parents act as a support system to other foster parents in their geographical area through Cluster groups. The benefit of Clusters is that foster parents are able to join a network of people who share their same situation. Through group activities, discussions, and education, foster families are able to work through difficult situations together.