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.
HOW WE SUPPORT UNACCOMPANIED MINORS?
To learn more about how we support unaccompanied minors, we invite you to take a closer look at our Caminos program below!
The Caminos program provides short-term shelter to unaccompanied children under 18 years of age whose lives are in jeopardy after fleeing alone from Central America’s “Northern Triangle”. To learn more about our Caminos foster care program, click HERE.
Interested in learning more about becoming a foster family? Take the Hero Quiz to start your foster care journey by answering a few questions and registering to attend our next information session. To take the Hero Quiz, click HERE.
Caminos Nacional utilizes the skills developed by BCC in delivering the Caminos program and extends its reach by providing guidance, consultation and grant management to accredited partner organizations. To learn more about our collaborative work, click HERE
We are a culturally diverse and dedicated professional staff providing multi-cultural youth with a continuum of care enriched with therapists, case managers, child care workers, special education teachers, mental health providers, medical staff, and office professionals. To explore career opportunities with our Caminos program, click HERE.