Fostering & Adoption Resources
They provide a nurturing environment.
American Children's Home is a licensed
and COA accredited, nonprofit providing
residential cottages and family foster homes
from birth to age 21. With a capacity of
50, our six cottages are home to these
children from a few days to a few years.
They are looking for foster families!
Our foster care program is looking for patient,
caring and committed adults who are willing
to open their hearts and their homes to these
children. ACH licenses families living within
a 50 mile radius of their campus.
Click on the picture to be redirected to their website and for more information on fostering some incredible children.
IamJ3 started in 2012 and now is fully focused on aiding the local foster care community. They work with Davidson County DSS as well as other private agencies in the area.
As a child enters foster care IamJ3 provides a $10 GC, a cothing bag with three new outfits, socks, underwear, blanket, Bible and a comfort bag with hygiene items.
Click on the picture to be redirected to their website and for more information on the work they do.
The NCDHHS website has incredible resources for those interested in becoming a foster parent to NC Kids.This site answers frequently asked questions while also providing a brochure on "You Don't Have to be a Perfect Parent."
The site provides resources that include:
Who can Foster and/or Adopt
How to Foster and/or Adopt
Meet the Children
Post-Adoption Support and Resources
Click on the picture to be redirected to their website and for more information on fostering and adopting through the foster system.
Seven Homes was originally founded in 1995 to serve children in foster care in need of love, safety, and stability. In addition to licensing, case management, and adoption services, our staff provides fun activities, camps, date nights and training opportunities for families in partnership with local churches, businesses, schools and volunteers.
Seven Homes is actively seeking new families in NC to step up and care for these children.
Click on the picture to be redirected to their website for more information on becoming a foster parent and foster to adopt.