Thinking of becoming a Foster Parent?
Do you love children? Are you interested in providing temporary care for a Livingston County child in need? Have you considered becoming a Foster Parent? Livingston County Catholic Charities seeks loving stable Livingston County residents to become Foster Parents and open their lives and home to a child in need.
- Initial Foster Parent Orientation
- Pre-license training
- Daily Foster Care payment for each child
- 24 hour access to LCCC Caseworker
- Therapy for child and support to Foster Parent
All children in foster placement are assigned an LCCC Foster Care Caseworker to assist the child, foster parent and birth parent. Foster children receive Medicaid for medical, dental and therapy needs.
Foster Care Parent Informational meeting the 3rd Monday of each month at LCCC offices, 2020 E. Grand River #101, Howell. Call 517-545-5944 to reserve your spot.
Frequently Asked Questions flyer.
Call today for more information: 517-545-5944 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Bible reminds us in James 1:27 to look after orphans and widows. It’s hard to think of an accomplishment that fills you up more than this. Children are born into this world each day, but not all parents can care for them. God gives us the opportunity to give a child hope! Through the process, you grow and change into a better version of yourself too…” Read the full testimonial here from a current foster parent.
In Partnership with The Kellogg Family Foundation.