Board of Child Care’s Caminos program provides safe, secure placement options for children who have recently migrated to the United States and are seeking opportunities for reunification with family as well as the chance to pursue their education and legal immigration cases. They are young and vulnerable, and have made the hazardous journey facing exploitation, abuse and human trafficking alone and have been placed in our care.
CAMINOS – from the Spanish language meaning (a path of travel ) road-journey.
HOW CAN I HELP?
Become a resource family and FOSTER A CHILD!
Join the thousands of resource families across the United States who are meeting the needs of vulnerable youth on their Caminos journey.
BCC offers two options to help you become a certified resource family.
Transitional Foster Care Youth to Foster:
Males 9 – 17 years of age
You must possess a cultural competency that embraces and supports diverse cultures of Latin American youth.
Reside near the BCC Baltimore campus for the child to physically attend school at Board of Child Care. Spanish speaking preferred, but not required.
Long-Term Foster Care – Youth to Foster:
Male & Female 2 – 17 years of age
You must possess a cultural competency that embraces and supports diverse cultures of Latin American youth. You can reside anywhere in the state of Maryland. Spanish speaking preferred, but not required.
What training will I receive?
While you are caring for a child you’ll have access to our professional team every hour of every day.
Extensive Orientation | Training Sessions
4:1 Professional staff ratio flexibility for each one child placed in our care.
24/7 Access to our professional staff team every hour of every day.
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