Where can you, our partners, help youth on their journey?
Our responsibility is to temporarily place youth with family members, sponsors or foster parents currently in the United States as they go through immigration court. The Caminos Program has served hundreds of children, reuniting them with family members and Foster Parents.
Join the hundreds of foster care parents across the United States who are meeting the needs of vulnerable youth in Maryland and West Virginia.
Transitional Foster Care
“Caminos” provides short-term shelter to unaccompanied children under 18 years of age who lives are in jeopardy after fleeing alone from Central America’s “Northern Triangle”—the countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. These countries are overrun by organized crime, violence, human trafficking and persecution, and the region has the world’s highest homicide rate. San Pedro Sula in Honduras, for example, is considered the murder capital of the world—with 187 murders per 100,000 inhabitants—driven by a surge in gang and drug-trafficking violence.
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.
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
Certification • Coaching Guidance • Mentorship
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.