Foster Care

What is Foster Care?
Foster Care provides a safe and secure family environment for children and young people who, for a range of reasons, are unable to live with their own families.



Who can be a Foster Carer?
Anyone over 21 years of age, from any background or life experience, who can offer a secure and welcoming home environment can become a foster carer. Someone just like you.
How do you become a Foster Carer?
We will guide you through information sessions, training and the formal accreditation process so you are equipped for fostering and once you're ready, you will join a devoted team providing support to children or young people in need. 
Our Story
Some of our Foster Carers share their stories and explain why they chose to become carers.
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What are the types of Foster Care?
Each child or young person’s circumstances and needs are different, having flexibility in care environments helps them through their fostering experiences.
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Support Provided
You will be part of a team committed to providing support for children or young people in care. Your emotional wellbeing is important to us.
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