Foster Care

These resources include information on the foster care agencies in the area, along with additional resources for foster families, like food and nutrition services.

  • Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc.

    Services we provide for the child: Immediate placement in safe family environment upon referral; assignment of a social worker who will coordinate treatment and services; access to emergency service on a 24 hr. basis; coordination of birth family contact (if recommended); and other services as needed.
    Services we provide for Foster Parents: Individualized orientation; initial and ongoing training; supportive services from a treatment coordinator; monthly financial assistance to defray costs; access to respite care services if needed; and other services as needed.

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  • Children’s Home Society

    Some of our current programs are adoption, foster care, in-home and in-community services for children and families, emergency shelter care, respite, mediation, parent education training, prenatal and early childhood services, volunteer and mentoring, youth services, visitation and reunification, school based social work, day care and comprehensive assessment services.

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  • Davis Stuart

    Davis Stuart has the capacity to serve 68 teens through our four treatment locations. Davis Stuart operates as a private, non-profit organization providing services for adolescents ages 12-18, recovering from abuse, neglect, or behavioral issues.

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  • Healthy Grandfamilies

    WVSU Healthy Grandfamilies is a free resource for grandparents raising grandchildren. WVSU serves as a central nucleus of information and resources for grandparents needing assistance to raise their grandchildren, providers assisting these families, and other states seeking best practices to follow.

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  • KVC

    Our goal is to keep children with their own families and communities, providing wraparound services to make reunification possible. We also provide foster care, adoption, in-home therapy, Safe at Home WV, and First Star Academy.

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  • Necco

    At Necco our main mission is to build families of every walk of life and to support them on their journey. In addition to the wealth of information, you’ll receive on becoming a foster parent, Necco also provides a 24-hour crisis hotline, licensed staff to help you at any time, and the highest level of care to our children and families.

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  • Pressley Ridge

    Our foster care services are designed to provide children and youth with a safe, secure and stable setting in a quality, certified foster home. ​The ultimate goal is to prevent or reduce a child’s trauma by ensuring they are safe and well cared for by a trained foster parent and to assist in achieving permanency through reunification, adoption or permanent legal custodianship.

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  • Safe Haven

    Foster Parent Support group on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6pm.

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  • WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)

    WIC offers you and your foster child nutrition education, tips on healthy eating, and benefits to purchase nutritious foods tailored to your foster child’s needs. All foster children under age 5 are automatically eligible for WIC.

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