Provides homes for children who can’t be properly cared for by their birth families, provides guidance to teens as they navigate puberty while developing independence, and educates families in ways to support their children and develop healthy family relationships.
Supports military, homeless, foster, refugee and hospitalized students within SDUSD with resources for daily living, transition plans, mental health and more.
Program for transitioning foster youth ages 18–24 to get assistance with basic necessities, vehicle repair, furnishing first apartments, school supplies, and social supports for the transition to adulthood.
Provides foster care and adoption services to children with unique needs who are dependents of the court. Children with developmental delays or other disabilities are placed with certified foster families and receive ongoing support. 877-244-5374
Sixteen-week, two-hour program provides participants with evidenced-based KEEP curriculum to address unique issues experienced by relative caregivers and foster parents to improve their children’s behavior and decrease stress, while building a supportive caregiver network.
Developmental and behavioral screening for children, birth to 6, who are involved with Child Welfare Services in San Diego County, as well as developmental and behavior coaching for caregivers.
Advocates and finds families for orphans with Down Syndrome and other special needs. Supports families who adopt children with disabilities by connecting them to resources.
Finds and provides foster families who give safe, stable and healing home environments for abused and neglected children. Services include helping current and former foster youth become self-sufficient adults and providing training and support for foster families.
A licensed resource (foster) family agency providing resource family placements for youth with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Family focused program offers support to birth families and their children with the goal of addressing needs before they reach a crisis level. Assessment and intervention services provide the support and programs necessary to ensure that individuals receive services which promote full inclusion.