Foster care is provided for newborns, and children who are in need of temporary foster care while their parents are receiving counseling through the agency regarding permanency planning. Although, a number of our babies are born healthy and in need of a permanent loving family, there are some who are born medically fragile.
The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey believes that children benefit from individualized care and nurturing relationships. In our Foster Care programs, we support this belief by maintaining foster homes that provide loving care, interest, understanding and stimulation for each child in their home in order to best support their growth and development.
- Foster homes are needed for infants and toddlers.
- We provide training, individualized and group support, baby supplies, accessible medical consultation and care.
- Specialized Foster Homes are needed for our precious infants and toddlers who have medical conditions requiring “extra care” from a caregiver who is home full time.
- Active Foster Parent Club provides support, advocacy, and training.
You must reside in New Jersey or Bucks County, PA.
Please note: If sending an email, please include your name, address and phone number in order to receive a response
Interested in becoming a foster parent?
For more information, contact CHSofNJ, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1 (800) 247-6365.