Foster Parents Needed

 

 

The Sound Mental Health Foster Care Program provides therapeutic care to foster youth by maintaining safe, structured, and nurturing homes. We place children and youth ages six through eighteen who may be dealing with issues related to abuse, abandonment, and neglect.  We provide comprehensive mental health services tailored to meet the specific needs of each youth we serve.

Our primary goal is to help a young person learn to live within a family system, and our program acts as an advocate to enable foster parents to focus their time and energy on the child.  Foster parents are respected and valued as integral members of the team whose insights and observations are essential to the process.  Individualized treatment plans are created for foster youth that assess needs, develop strengths, and address growth and development.  Our teamwork approach brings together all of the significant people in the youth’s life to increase understanding of relevant issues, to enhance communication, and to provide ongoing support.

We strive to provide our foster parents with quality training, accessible staff, and meaningful support. The families in our program create a community of people who come together to make a difference by problem solving and sharing ideas.  Our goal is to have stable home environments that offer safety, consistency, and respect. Foster parenting is an important job that can be a rewarding experience for foster parents and it can create a successful impact on a child’s life.


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