Become a Foster Parent
Currently, over half a million American children are not living at home because of distressing family situations often involving abuse or neglect. They live in your community, attend the local schools, and worship at your neighborhood house of faith. With outstretched arms and open hearts, foster families provide loving homes for children when their own parents are unable to care for them.
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a foster parent, please contact one of the following providers for additional information.Bair Foundation Child and Family Ministries441 Friendship Road, Harrisburg, PA 171111-800-543-7059; (717) 985-6450www.bair.org Bethany Christian Services of Central PA1689 Crown Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17602(717)399-3213www.bethany.org Children's Home of York77 Shoe House Road, York, PA 17406(717)755-1033www.childrenshomeofyork.org Coby's Family Service1417 Oregon Road, Leola, PA 17540(717)656-6580www.cobys.org Common Sense Adoption Services3001 West Market Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011(717)412-0772www.commonsenseadoption.org Concern-Professional Services for Children, Youth & Families, IncOne West Main Street, Fleetwood, PA 19522(610)944-0445www.concern4kids.org Diakon Child, Family and Community Ministries836 S. George Street, York, PA 17403(717) 845-9113www.diakon.org Families United Network2 Market Plaza Way Suite #4, Mechanicsburg, PA 170551-888-409-2682; (717) 766-5900 www.families4kids.org KidsPeace National Centers4807 Jonestown Road, Suite 241, Harrisburg, PA 17109(717)770-1364www.kidspeace.org National Mentor HC, DBA Pennsylvania Mentor3544 N. Progress Avenue, Suite 205, Harrisburg, PA 17110(717)657-2073www.pa-mentor.com NHS Pennsylvania, Inc.4391 Sturbridge Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17110(717)846-4490www.nhsonline.org PA Child4160 West Market Street, York, PA 17408(717) 850-3662 www.pachild.org