Inwood House Mother/Child Program
Services Provided: Inwood House created New York City’s first Mother and Child foster care program in 1968. Inwood House is committed to providing specialized training and comprehensive services to prospective resource parents. To learn more about becoming a resource parent to a teenage mother and her child, please contact our agency at 212-861-4400 or 718-291-6707.
- Contact Person: Theodora Diggs
- Address: 161-06 89 Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432
- Phone: 718-291-6707
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.inwoodhouse.com/
Leake and Watts Services, Inc
Services Provided: Family Foster Care programs provide safe and nurturing homes to over 400 vulnerable children and teens in the Bronx as well as in other New York City boroughs, Westchester County and upstate New York. Our services are dedicated to the growing and changing needs of the children in our care as well as those who support them and include Family Foster Care, Specialized Medical Family Foster Care, Whenever possible, children are placed with relatives or close family connections such as godparents (Kinship Foster Care) to keep children connected to their families and reduce the trauma of sudden placement away from birth parents. Therapeutic Family Foster Care is a family-focused, community-based alternative to residential and institutional care for children who have serious emotional and/or behavioral conditions. Foster parents are given comprehensive training on behavior modification techniques as well as access to a 24-hour support team that assists with crisis intervention.
Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York
Services Provided: Little Flower continually recruits new foster parents and provides free training opportunities to maximize opportunities for success. Also has therapeutic, mother and baby and special needs programs. Contact homefinding unit for more info.
New Alternatives for Children, Inc
Services Provided: NAC is in need of mature, committed adults residing in NYC, Long Island and Weschester to become foster parents for children with medical needs. Weekly daytime and evening Foster Parent orientations available. NAC has consistently been rated as one of the best foster care agencies in the state and is the only agency in NYS that exclusively serves children with medical needs. Services include 24 hour access to staff, on-site medical, mental health, & transportation services; and one-on-one training with medical staff.
- Contact Person: Nicole Moss, LMSW
- Address: 37 W 26th St, New York, NY 10010
- Phone: 212-696-1550
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: www.nackidscan.org/what_we_do/programs_fostercare.php
OHEL Children’s Home and Family Services
Services Provided:The OHEL Milton Schulman Foster Care Program provides a range of continual support services to the foster child and foster parents from birth to age 21. Services include Case Management, Educational Services, Psychological Services, Medical Care and Homefinding
- Contact Person: Amy Bierig
- Address: 3611 14th Avenue, Suite 550, Brooklyn, New York 11218
- Phone: 718-851-6300
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.ohelfamily.org/
Seamen’s Society for Children and Families
Services Provided: Seamen’s is looking for very special people in Staten Island and Brooklyn to provide temporary homes, love and understanding to nurture children whose families are unable to provide this care for them at home. As a foster parent you can become an integral part in the decision making of the child; gain new skills in child development, legal and medical issues; play an important role in serving your community but most important you make a difference in the life of a child. If you want to learn more about being a foster parent or when the next orientation meeting will be, please call 718-447-7740 or email at email@example.com Services provided: Family Foster Care, Treatment Family Foster Care, Adoption, Preparing Youth for Adulthood, and Medical & Psychological Services.
Sheltering Arms NY
Services Provided: (Formerly Episcopal Social Services) To become a Sheltering Arms foster parent or to adopt a child, please contact our home-finding staff at the number below and/or complete our online parent interest form. There is an urgent need for foster homes that can accommodate sibling groups of three or more, homes for teenage mothers with their own infants, and homes for children with emotional and physical needs that require special care. These children need warm, accepting, and patient parents. To truly change the life of a child in crisis, please contact our home-finding staff or complete our online form.
The Children’s Aid Society
Services Provided: The Children’s Aid Society is looking for very special New York City residents in the Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island to provide temporary homes, stability and loving care to children whose families are currently unable to care for them. Won’t you consider opening your home and your heart to a child who needs you? We are looking for foster parents for children of all ages, races and religions. We especially need foster parents who can provide for: Brothers and sisters together, Teenagers, teen mothers and children, Children who are medically or physically challenged, and Children with emotional needs
The LGBT Community Center Foster Care Project
Services Provided: The LGBT Foster Care Project is a collaborative project between The Center and the New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) to increase the number of homes for all youth, with a special emphasis on LGBTQ youth. Provides support and networking opportunities at The Center, and hosts weekly trainings for current and prospective foster and adoptive parents in collaboration with You Gotta Believe! (YGB). The project also provides training for ACS provider agency staff and support and advocacy opportunities for LGBT youth with foster care experience.
The New York Foundling
Services Provided: The New York Foundling conducts orientations for families who want to learn more about becoming foster parents. We hold orientations in all five boroughs; see website calendar for upcoming sessions. Orientations are approximately 2 hours in length; light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP for the orientation you wish to attend. If you will be bringing a friend or family member, please let us know. The more, the merrier!