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    Programs that link individuals who are in need of alternative living arrangements with appropriate private family homes that are licensed to provide foster care. Licensing requirements vary from state to state and, in some situations, licensing is not required at all. Programs that provide placement services for children and adults with disabilities are generally also responsible for recruiting, training, certifying and monitoring placements in family homes and for providing support for the family and the individual(s) with disabilities who live with them.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adelphoi Foster and Adoptive ServicesProvides foster care and adoption placement.WestmorelandFoster CareAdelphoi
    Adelphoi Village Foster Care Home Placement - Williamsport OfficeProvides foster care home placement. They meet the needs of a broad scope of clients ages birth to 20 (male and female), including those classified as delinquent, dependent, mental health, and non-adjudicated youth.LycomingFoster CareAdelphoi
    Adoption/Foster Care - Wilkes-Barre - Children's Service CenterCSC offers comprehensive adoption services to individuals interested in adopting children domestically. CSC's adoption team will walk hand-in-hand with the family through the adoption process and continue this support for as long as the family needs it. We are a family focused agency who recognizes the unique and complex issues related to adoption and cross culture families. It is our deepest desire to provide as much support as needed to ensure successful adoptions.LuzerneChildren's Service Center -Wilkes BarreChildren's Service Center
    Allied Associates in Mental Health - Wraparound Services (BHRS)Provides individualized mental health interventions to meet the needs of the child and family and to maintain the child in the least restrictive and most comforting environment. These services are provided to the child in the community in which they reside and are coordinated between many systems (foster care, social services, etc.).MontgomeryAllied Associates in Mental Health, Inc. - Montgomery; GlensideAllied Associates in Mental Health
    Armstrong County Office of Children, Youth, and FamiliesProvides child protective services, foster home placement and foster family recruitment, and adoption services. Other family support services offered include family preservation, family group decision making, parent education and training in independent living skills for youth.ArmstrongArmstrong County Office of Children, Youth, and FamiliesArmstrong County Social Services
    Arrow Child and Family Ministries Foster Home PlacementLink individuals who are in need of alternative living arrangements with appropriate private family homes that are licensed to provide foster care.BlairArrow Child and Family MinistriesArrow Child and Family Ministries
    Assessment and Treatment Alternatives - Family Foster CareFamily Foster Care is a planned, goal-directed service which includes: the provision of 24 hour care in an approved foster home (with no more than 6 youth including natural children); the provision of services to birth/legal parents (and other potential permanent caregivers) aimed at achieving permanency for children through reunification, adoption or subsidized legal custodianship; the provision of services directed at preparing youth age 14 and older for independent living.PhiladelphiaAssessment & Treatment Alternatives - Philadelphia; ChinatownAssessment and Treatment Alternatives
    Auberle - Foster Care Program - FCFoster Care provides children with healthy, nurturing, stable and safe home environments when foster care placement has become necessary. KINSHIP CERTIFICATION FOR FAMILIES IS ALSO AVAILABLE. The focus of the program is on the child's well being with the goal of reunification or alternative permanent home.AlleghenyAuberleAuberle
    Best Nest - Foster CareBest Nest and our dedicated foster parents provide safe and loving temporary homes for children whose parents are unable to care for them.PhiladelphiaBest Nest, Inc. - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaBest Nest
    Bethanna - Foster CareFoster care for children, ages newborn to 18, including those with special medical and/or behavioral needs. LancasterBethannaBethanna - Lancaster
    Bethanna - Philadelphia - Foster Care ProgramsServices include: - General Foster Care - Treatment Foster Care - Medical Foster Care - Kinship Foster Care - Respite CarePhiladelphiaBethanna - PhiladelphiaBethanna
    Bethanna - Southampton - Foster Care ProgramsServices include: - General Foster Care - Treatment Foster Care - Medical Foster Care - Kinship Foster Care - Respite CareBucksBethanna - Bucks; SouthamptonBethanna
    Bethesda Lutheran Services - Meadville Campus - Foster Care and Permanency ServicesThis program provides temporary emergency foster home placement and ongoing supportive foster home placement for children and youth from various counties in Pennsylvania. As a Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN) affiliate, the program also provides permanency services that are currently offered include family profiles, child profiles, child preparation, and finalization.CrawfordBethesda Lutheran Services - Meadville CampusBethesda Lutheran Services
    Blueprints - Foster Care and AdoptionServices include foster care services and foster to adopt programs, family and community based services, as well as visitation services. Provides independent living and transitional living services to youth. Also provides after-school programs and truancy intervention services.WashingtonFoster Care and AdoptionBlueprints
    Bucks County Children and Youth Agency - Placement ServicesPlacement of children into foster care when there is danger of imminent abuse or neglect. Children may be placed with a relative, foster home, group home, or residential facility depending on the needs of the child. BucksBucks County Children & Youth Agency - Bucks; FurlongBucks County Children and Youth Agency
    Catholic Charities - Adoption ServicesProvides supportive services to the birthparents, the child, and the adoptive parents throughout the adoption process. Services available to birthparents include: - Adoption planning, including choosing adoptive parents, open adoption, direct placement - Legal services surrounding relinquishment - Supportive counseling during relinquishment process and after placement of child - Search assistance and support - Pregnancy counseling at local Catholic Charities offices - Maternity services through Lourdeshouse Maternity House (See own listing) Services available to the child include: - Health and developmental screening and referrals for needed services - Pre-adoptive foster care or direct placement from hospital - Preparation for placement in foster or adoptive home - Adoptive placement supervision and finalization - Post-finalization counseling upon request - Assistance in obtaining non-identifying or medical information about birth family - Search assistance and support for individuals, age 18 or older, who are interested in reuniting with their birth parents. Available to individuals placed through Catholic Charities Adoption Program only. - Social and educational activities with adoptive families Services available to adoptive parents include: - Orientation to the adoption process and training - Home study to assess the adoptive applicants' ability to meet the needs of the child and to prepare the applicants for parenting and the placement of the child. - Adopted child placement, supervision and finalization - Post-finalization counseling/support services upon requestDauphinCatholic Charities - Adoption ServicesCatholic Charities Diocese of Harrisburg
    Catholic Charities - Diocese of Allentown - Adoption ServicesAgency has a domestic adoption program.LehighCatholic Charities - Diocese of Allentown - Berks County OfficeCatholic Charities - Lehigh/Northampton Administrative Office
    Child and Family Focus - Therapeutic Foster Care - Kennett SquareProvides placement and support for foster children placed within therapeutic foster care families, along with his/her natural family and the therapeutic foster care family. While therapeutic foster care families help children to learn to live in a healthy family environment and become an active member of the community, the agency recognizes the foster family’s input, observations, and insight as crucial and valuable. Among other services, the agency provides: pre-service and ongoing trainings; clinical support; 24 hour/7 day emergency on-call assistance; and up to 30 days per year of respite support.ChesterChild and Family Focus - Kennett SquareChild and Family Focus
    Children's Aid Society in Clearfield County - Foster CareProvides substitute family life experience for a child at a time of crisis or need. Provides nurturing, supportive foster families for children who are in need of temporary care until they are reunified with their biological families or become available for adoption. Identifies and recruits prospective foster families, assists families through the approval process, facilitates and supervises placements, provides ongoing training, and works with county children and youth agencies to ensure children and families are receiving the services they need.ClearfieldChildren's Aid Society in Clearfield CountyChildren's Aid Society in Clearfield County
    Children's Choice @ Chester - Family Foster CareFamily foster care in most cases involves taking in a child who is not a part of your own family, on either a short or long term basis, until they either return to their birth family, move on to another foster home or other setting, are adopted, or turn 18.DelawareChildren's Choice @ Chester - Delaware; ChesterChildren's Choice
    Children's Choice - Foster Care - PhiladelphiaProvides foster care.PhiladelphiaChildren's Choice @ Philadelphia - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaChildren's Choice
    COBYS - Foster CareRecruits, trains and supports resource families to provide temporary care for foster children. Families needed to provide short-term respite care, foster care and to adopt foster children. Resource families are required to attend a one-session orientation, followed by 27 hours of pre-service training. Resource families are dually certified for foster care and adoption.LancasterCOBYS Family ServicesCOBYS Family Services
    COBYS - Permanency Unit ProgramA specialized program whose goal is to reunify children in foster care with their biological family or find and alternative permanent placement if reunification cannot be achieved, according to the guidelines of the Adoption and Safe Families Act.LancasterCOBYS Family Services Permanency UnitCOBYS Family Services
    Community Based Placements - Children & Youth Services - Susquehanna CountyIncludes: Emergency Shelter Care – Foster care for emergency placements and runaways. Foster Family Care – A substitute family when a child has to be removed from his or her own home due to issues of abuse and/or neglect. Kinship Care – Placement of child with relatives when parents are unable to care for the child due to issues of abuse and/or neglect. Group Home, Community Based – Purchased placement services for children who need more structure than foster care provides.SusquehannaChildren & Youth Services - Susquehanna CountySusquehanna County Government
    Community Services Group - Chariots Foster Care - LancasterProvides a safe, nurturing environment for children and families in need of out-of-home foster care placements. Children ranging from infants to age 21 are offered intensive and comprehensive care that meets their individual needs and provides support to the child, natural family and foster family. Children in Individualized Foster Care program are in the custody of Children and Youth services and may have medical, behavioral, and/or independent living skill needs. Children receive individualized treatment and are taught how to increase pro-social behaviors and decrease negative behaviors through behavior modification techniques. Can also provide emergency care, teen-parent support, respite care, preparation for adoption or legal permanent custodianship. LancasterCommunity Services Group - LancasterCommunity Services Group
    Delta Community Supports - Foster Care - GlensideFoster Care Services: Since 1995, Family Services has set many standards in the foster care industry in the greater Philadelphia region. Our unique Treatment Foster Care and Medical Foster Care programs employ innovative, new approaches in the treatment of children with mental and physical health needs. All Delta foster parents provide a stable and loving environment for children, caring for them until they can return to their family or find a permanent home through adoption or Permanent Legal Custodianship. Our agency provides the following core services: - PBC Foster Care - goal directed service which includes the provision of 24-hour care for children in an approved foster home. - Treatment Foster Care - 24-hour care, specially developed to meet the needs of children with a MH diagnosis in an approved foster home. - Medical Foster Care - 24-hour care for children with a medical diagnosis who are identified as medically fragile by the PA DHS.MontgomeryDelta Family Services Foster CareDelta Community Supports
    Delta Community Supports - Foster Care - Lower GwyneddFoster Care Services: Since 1995, Family Services has set many standards in the foster care industry in the greater Philadelphia region. Our unique Treatment Foster Care and Medical Foster Care programs employ innovative, new approaches in the treatment of children with mental and physical health needs. All Delta foster parents provide a stable and loving environment for children, caring for them until they can return to their family or find a permanent home through adoption or Permanent Legal Custodianship. Our agency provides the following core services: - PBC Foster Care - goal directed service which includes the provision of 24-hour care for children in an approved foster home. - Treatment Foster Care - 24-hour care, specially developed to meet the needs of children with a MH diagnosis in an approved foster home. - Medical Foster Care - 24-hour care for children with a medical diagnosis who are identified as medically fragile by the PA DHS.MontgomeryDelta Community Supports, Inc. - Montgomery;Delta Community Supports
    Elwyn - Foster Family CareFoster Family Care provides general foster care program for abused and/or neglected children and adolescents who are in the custody of a county child welfare agency. Children may have developmental, mental health, medical and/or cognitive challenges. Sibling groups accepted. Program specializes in children with mild to moderate mental retardation and/or mental health problems.PhiladelphiaElwyn - Foster Care ServicesElwyn
    Families United Network - Foster Care and Adoption ServicesRecruits foster families and kinship families and supervises the children in these homes, and works closely with the child's biological family and the community. Provides adoption services for families and children who become available for adoption while in foster care.LancasterFamilies United Network - Mount JoyFamilies United Network, Inc.
    Families United Network - Foster Care - North Central OfficeProvides a broad range of foster care services for children and adolescents. Types of foster care services provided: Outcome-Focused Foster Care, Kinship Foster Care, Specialized Medical Foster Care, Urgent Foster Care. Offers specialized Family-Based Foster Care for children requiring temporary placement because of special needs or family problems. Also provides Family-Based Care for children, infants through teens, who are placed outside their homes or in protective custody by county agencies. Foster care families receive training, support, and financial reimbursement.LycomingFamilies United Network - North Central Program OfficeFamilies United Network - North Central
    Family Court - Lackawanna CountyIn addition to handling the processing of all Protection From Abuse applications and cases, the Family Courts are responsible for all Juvenile Delinquency cases, Children and Youth cases and Orphans Court cases. The types of cases heard by the Family Court Judges involve custody, dependency, juvenile delinquency, foster care, adoptions, visitation, appointment of guardians, truancy, and estate and accounting matters. LackawannaFamily Court - Lackawanna CountyLackawanna County Court System
    Fayette County Children and Youth ServicesInvestigate allegations of abuse and neglect, assure the safety of all children, provide in home services to those families in need of services and provide temporary placement for youth when needed. FCCYS works with families for reunification however when that is not possible the agency will provide a permanent placement option for the youth.FayetteFoster Home PlacementFayette County Children and Youth Services
    Foster/Adoption Services-Institute for Human Resources and Services, Inc1995, the Institute received an adoption license and has since affiliated itself with the StateWide Adoption Network (“SWAN”) program. As such, the Institute is licensed to pursue an adoption to finalization. The Institute also assists individuals in becoming certified foster parents through our foster care program.The Institute also offers emergency placement and emergency respite services and operates a licensed foster care/adoptions and family services agency that services Luzerne, Lackawanna, and Monroe counties.LuzerneInstitute for Human Resources and Services, IncInstitute for Human Resources and Services, Inc.
    Foster CareDesigned to provide a substitute family life expierence for a child who needs care for a temporary or extended period. The primary goal is to reunite families or to ensure that the child will leave foster care for a permenant placement.AdamsAdams County Children and Youth ServicesAdams County Children and Youth Services
    Foster CareOur Foster Care Program places girls and boys from birth to age 21. Foster families enable children who have been abused, neglected, or are otherwise without proper parental care to experience a safe, secure, stable and nurturing environment at a difficult time in their lives. In most cases, the ultimate goal is to reunite the child with their family. However, circumstances may require that the child be considered for adoption or assisted in the transition to independent living.FranklinChildren's Aid Society of Franklin CountyChildren's Aid Society of Franklin County
    Foster Care/Adoption - Northumberland County Children and Youth ServicesWork with families and children who have been adjudicated dependent and are in out of home placement; provide and coordinate services based on families court order and CPP; monitor children in their resource home to assure compliance with state regulations; facilitate, transport, and supervise visitation; act as liaison between schools, medical, dental, and other service providers; schedule and attend all court proceedings involving the families; make recommendations and inform the court of families’ progress regarding court ordered services; investigate non-registered reports of suspected child abuse and/or neglect; referrals to appropriate services/community resources; provide children with a permanent home through adoption; terminate parental rights so a child can be free for adoption; provide and coordinate services for children and their adoptive resource based on the child’s CPP; monitor the children in their adoptive placement; provide all legal documentation to the courts and attorneys; attend all court proceedings leading to the adoption; attend SWAN regional and quarterly meetings; and maintain and report information on CY890’s and PAE.NorthumberlandNorthumberland County Children and Youth ServicesNorthumberland County Children and Youth Services
    Foster Care and Adoption Services, Children's Home of YorkChildren's Home of York's Permanency Program provides a variety of services for children and their biological, foster, and/or adoptive families from birth through the age of 18. Our structured, therapeutic family environment offers intensive support with the goal of helping children in our care secure a permanent family as quickly as possible. We work with a diverse pool of resource parents to provide kinship care and a variety of Permanency support services throughout Pennsylvania. The Children's Home of York maintains an on-going process of recruitment, screening, and training which enables us to offer diverse geographical and racial/ethnic environments essential to the successful placement of children and sibling groups of all ages who have a variety of emotional and psychological needs. In addition, we have two offices to provide regional support to our Resource Parent pool. YorkChildren's Home of YorkChildren's Home of York
    Foster Care/Kinship Care - Monroe County Children and Youth ServicesPrograms that provide alternative family living arrangements in agency-supervised private family homes for children and youth who have been neglected, abused or abandoned in situations where a children's protective services worker or a court has decided that they cannot live safely at home.MonroeMonroe County Children and Youth ServicesMonroe County Children and Youth Services
    Foster Care ProgramFCS provides foster homes for children (ages 0-21) in the child welfare system. There are varying levels of care depending on the child's needs.FranklinFamily Care Services, Inc.Family Care Services
    Foster Home CarePlacement of children including emergency placement; home recruitment with screening, selection and supervision; work with natural family during placement; assistance with foster family adjustment and follow-up re-adjustment.PerryPerry County Children & Youth ServicesPerry County Children & Youth Services
    Intensive Foster CareIntensive Foster Care is a community-based program for children and youth whose needs cannot be met in their own families and therefore requires out-of-home placements. CONCERN’s specially trained foster parents create a family-like environment, which improves the child’s opportunities for more normalized daily living experiences.MontgomerySoutheast Regional OfficeCONCERN
    Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia - Family/ Foster CareFamily Foster Care is a planned, goal-directed service which includes: the provision of 24 hour care in an approved foster home (with no more than 6 youth including natural children); the provision of services to birth/legal parents (and other potential permanent caregivers) aimed at achieving permanency for children through reunification, adoption or subsidized legal custodianship; the provision of services directed at preparing youth age 14 and older for independent living.PhiladelphiaJFCS - Children, Youth and Family ServicesJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia
    Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia - Family/ Foster Care MedicalFamily/Foster Care Medical provides placement of children with serious medical conditions or physical disabilities that have been committed to the Department of Human Services and that require intensive medical care.PhiladelphiaJFCS - Children, Youth and Family ServicesJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia
    Juvenile Justice Center of Philadelphia - Family Foster CareFamily Foster Care is a planned, goal-directed service which includes: the provision of 24 hour care in an approved foster home (with no more than 6 youth including natural children); the provision of services to birth/legal parents (and other potential permanent caregivers) aimed at achieving permanency for children through reunification, adoption or subsidized legal custodianship; the provision of services directed at preparing youth age 14 and older for independent living.PhiladelphiaJuvenile Justice Center of Philadelphia - Philadelphia; GermantownJuvenile Justice Center Family Services of Philadelphia
    Kids Peace - Blair County Office Foster Home PlacementPlacement of children involved in the child welfare system into foster care.BlairKids Peace - Blair County OfficeKids Peace - Blair County Office
    Lycoming Children and Youth Services - Foster Care / Adoption / Shelter Care ServicesWorks in cooperation with the community, families, and other organizations to guarantee health, safety, welfare, and social growth to children and youth. Case managers work in cooperation with schools, police, medical personnel, and other human service organizations to keep families together. Services provided include: child protective services, which is the mandatory investigation of all reports of suspected physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and serious physical neglect, general protective services which completes assessments on referrals of physical neglect, lack of necessities, parent/child conflicts, runaways, truancy, and families in need of support services, and ongoing casework services are provided to all families and children with an open case, specialized services including foster care and the recruitment and training of foster parents, adoption, parent support, independent living, shelter care and day and evening treatment programs.LycomingLycoming Children and Youth ServicesLycoming/Clinton Joinder Board
    Martin Luther School - Foster Family CareFoster parents play a significant role in assisting a child and birth family when the child cannot reside in his or her own home. The heartfelt services provided by a foster family in a warm, loving, home environment to address a child's emotional, behavioral, medical, social, and developmental needs can be instrumental in helping the child to heal and flourish. Children participating in Foster Family Care may be infants with special needs, toddlers, youngsters, or young adults up to 21 years of age. Silver Springs provides financial assistance, ongoing training and professional guidance and recognition for foster parents committed to meeting the medical, emotional, and behavioral needs of a child. Case management and outreach services are extended to each child's foster family and family of origin. Children are encouraged to participate in specialized summer experiences (camperships), for which we also seek support.MontgomerySilver Springs - Martin Luther School - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingSilver Springs - Martin Luther School
    Montgomery County Offices - Children & Youth - Foster Care Services - NorristownMost children are served at home and families remain intact. When safety prohibits children from remaining at home, out-of-home placement may be necessary. Children and Youth staff recruit, study, train, and inspect foster homes to ensure the safety of the children residing there.MontgomeryMontgomery County Offices - Montgomery County Mental and Behavioral Health Offices - AbingtonMontgomery County Offices
    Montgomery County Offices - Children & Youth - Foster Care Services - PottstownMost children are served at home and families remain intact. When safety prohibits children from remaining at home, out-of-home placement may be necessary. Children and Youth staff recruit, study, train, and inspect foster homes to ensure the safety of the children residing there.MontgomeryWestern Office of Children & YouthMontgomery County Offices
    Montgomery County Offices - Children & Youth - Foster Care Services - Willow GroveMost children are served at home and families remain intact. When safety prohibits children from remaining at home, out-of-home placement may be necessary. Children and Youth staff recruit, study, train, and inspect foster homes to ensure the safety of the children residing there.MontgomeryEastern Office of Children & YouthMontgomery County Offices
    Montgomery County Offices - Children & Youth - Permanency Services - NorristownIn the majority of cases, children remain at home or experience brief out-of-home placement services with the goal of family reunification. In the event the child may not be Thus, if return home is not achieved in a timely fashion, Children and Youth staff are working concurrently toward adoption, independent living, permanent legal custodianship or another planned permanent arrangement for the child(ren).MontgomeryMontgomery County Offices - Montgomery County Mental and Behavioral Health Offices - AbingtonMontgomery County Offices
    Montgomery County Offices - Children & Youth - Permanency Services - PottstownIn the majority of cases, children remain at home or experience brief out-of-home placement services with the goal of family reunification. In the event the child may not be Thus, if return home is not achieved in a timely fashion, Children and Youth staff are working concurrently toward adoption, independent living, permanent legal custodianship or another planned permanent arrangement for the child(ren).MontgomeryWestern Office of Children & YouthMontgomery County Offices
    Montgomery County Offices - Children & Youth - Permanency Services - Willow GroveIn the majority of cases, children remain at home or experience brief out-of-home placement services with the goal of family reunification. In the event the child may not be Thus, if return home is not achieved in a timely fashion, Children and Youth staff are working concurrently toward adoption, independent living, permanent legal custodianship or another planned permanent arrangement for the child(ren).MontgomeryEastern Office of Children & YouthMontgomery County Offices
    Northern Children's Services - Foster CarePlaces children with foster families who have been specially trained to care for children with trauma, medical, mental or behavioral needs. Also provides placement for pregnant teens and teenage mothers and their babies.PhiladelphiaNorthern Home for Children - Philadelphia; East FallsNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - Foster Care - ChesterPlaces children with foster families who have been specially trained to care for children with trauma, medical, mental or behavioral needs. Also provides placement for pregnant teens and teenage mothers and their babies.DelawareNorthern Children's Services - ChesterNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - Residential ProgramsProvides residential services to young mothers and children in need at two residential facilities located on a campus in Roxborough. - Generations I: Provides Supervised Residential Housing for young mothers with one young child. - Generations II: Provides Transitional Housing for young mothers with up to two young children. - New Generations: Provides Permanent Supportive Housing for young mothers who have been identified as homeless, each with up to two children.PhiladelphiaNorthern Home for Children - Philadelphia; East FallsNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - Residential Programs - ChesterProvides residential services to young mothers and children in need at two residential facilities located on a campus in Roxborough. - Generations I: Provides Supervised Residential Housing for young mothers with one young child. - Generations II: Provides Transitional Housing for young mothers with up to two young children. - New Generations: Provides Permanent Supportive Housing for young mothers who have been identified as homeless, each with up to two children.DelawareNorthern Children's Services - ChesterNorthern Children's Services
    Presbyterian Children's Village - Foster Care and Kinship CareFoster Care and Kinship Care provide a temporary placement in safe and nurturing homes for children who are removed from their parents' custody due to their inability to properly care for their child. Foster/Kinship parents not only act as temporary parents for the child, but also assist the agency in working with the birth parents to assess whether the child can be safely reunited with his or her family. Core components of the program are: Traditional Foster Care is placement with a trained and certified person or family who is not known to the child. Kinship Care is placement with a trained and certified person or family member who is known to the child, such as a relative, friend, or neighbor. Treatment Foster Care is for children with serious mental health and behavioral health challenges. Treatment foster parents receive additional training and participate in the treatment of the children at a level higher than that of traditional foster care. PhiladelphiaPCV Preheim Center (Presbyterian Children's Village)Presbyterian Children's Village
    Professional Family Care Services Foster Home PlacementWe coordinate foster care for children of all ages, from infants and toddlers to adolescents and teens. Every child is different, and there are often special considerations in fostering: brothers or sisters who want to stay together, youngsters who face developmental delays, physical handicaps or emotional, behavioral or learning problems, even teens who may be pregnant. CambriaPFCS Foster CareProfessional Family Care Services
    Resource Home Coordination - Northumberland County Children and Youth ServicesConduct and approve home studies for appropriate resource families; provide training to the resource families; assures compliance with state regulations; and monitor and provide support to resource families on an on-going basis. Resource Homes included both foster and kinship homes.NorthumberlandNorthumberland County Children and Youth ServicesNorthumberland County Children and Youth Services
    Temporary Infant Foster CareOffers temporary foster care for infants while their parents are receiving counseling. Some children are returned to parents or relatives while others are placed in permanent adoptive families according to the birth parents' wishes.635 S Clinton Ave, Trenton NJ (Temporary Infant Foster Care)Children's Home Society of NJ - Mercer County
    The Bair Foundation of Pennsylvania Altoona Office Foster Home PlacementPlacement of children and youth into foster homes.BlairThe Bair Foundation of Pennsylvania Altoona OfficeThe Bair Foundation
    Westmoreland County Children's Bureau Foster Home Placement ServicesPlaces children into foster care homesWestmorelandFoster Home PlacementWestmoreland County Children's Bureau
    Women's Christian Alliance - Parents and CaregiversFoster Family Care and Recruitment – Through case management and support services, WCA works to help families help themselves. Whether a family seeks out services or is referred through other means, the primary goal of foster family care is to provide a safe and healthy temporary home for children who are required to live separately from their birth families and to reunite them with their families whenever possible. Family Case Management – The goal of case management is family stabilization. WCA provides in and out-of-home services to families with children from birth to 18 to help families cope with a variety of challenges including parent-child-sibling relationship counseling, HIV/AIDS, drug and alcohol addiction education, parenting, health care, home management, and other issues. Adoption – WCA provides comprehensive adoption services to birth families, children up to age 18, and persons interested in enlarging their family through adoption. Support services include pre-adoption workshops for prospective adoptive parents, home study materials to assist families in learning about the realities of parenting through adoption, pre-placement orientation and other assessments to determine the prospective parent’s ability to meet the child’s needs. WCA’s adoption services program is recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare as a model approach.PhiladelphiaWomen's Christian Alliance - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaWomen's Christian Alliance
    YCHSD, York County Office of Children, Youth and Families, Family Services •800-729-9227•If you have information and/or concerns regarding the safety or well-being of a child; please, contact our agency by calling 1-800-729-9227 or 717-846-8496. Services Offered by York County Children, Youth and Family: •Intake Services Division •Family Preservation Services Division •Reunification and Permanency Services Division •Family Group Decision Making Other services are accessed through assigned case workers. If you have any questions or concerns please call our offices.YorkYork County Human Services Department (YCHSD)York County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD

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