Have you ever thought about being a foster parent? You don’t have to be extraordinary — just family.
Foster parents can be single, married, have children of their own, have no children, be grandparents, or hope to adopt. All you need is a bedroom for the foster child, a commitment to their safety, and the willingness to invest in their future.
When you become a foster parent licensed through PATH, you have the opportunity to serve children in and near your community. You become part of a professional team that ensures a child gets the support and love they need.
As a PATH family, you have the option to provide care part-time, as needed, or full-time. You can set your own schedule and frequency. You may mentor birth parents and work with children who are at risk of being separated from their families. You could host a child to spend a few nights a month with you, or you may be the one a child calls in times of distress.
You will have lots of support from our team of professionals and specialized trainings that will help you successfully care for each child. We even offer assistance to help you meet the specific financial challenges of being a foster parent.
The first step to becoming a foster parent starts with your call.
Gerard Academy and the Hormel Historic Home King’s Wood Dinner on Saturday, May 19, 2018