TFC parents are special people who provide guidance, love, and stability
If mentoring a child through bruised knees, the birds and bees and A’s and B’s appeals to you, the Board of Child Care’s has two great ways you can get involved:
Become a full-time Treatment Foster Care (TFC) parent:
Together, BCC and individuals like you team up to prepare our young adults for independent living, reunification, guardianship, or adoption.
Become a Respite Care parent:
Parenting can be challenging and demanding for any individual or couple. Sometimes a break from the kids, even if it is just a date night out, is needed to help recharge. Respite care providers offer scheduled breaks, for natural families and other caregivers of children and youth.
Questions? Contact James Ravenel at firstname.lastname@example.org
5 easy questions to help you get started:
Interested in reading more about TFC parenting?
Read a profile here about the Stockton’s multigenerational tradition.
BCC welcomes Treatment Foster Care parents to apply regardless of their personal religious preferences. Read more about Spiritual Life programming and BCC’s affiliation with the United Methodist Church.