A New Leaf's Foster Care Program
Providing Foster Families With Support
A New Leaf’s Foster Care Programs focus on recruiting and training adults interested in becoming licensed foster parents. Additional child-specific programs offer loving homes the opportunity to license as foster parents and/or Respite Providers for high-needs children with special emotional or behavioral needs.
All Foster Care programs seek to provide children and adolescents the opportunity to live in a nurturing and stable environment with a “family-like structure.” The need for quality families to provide care is tremendous, as the number of children in need of foster and adoptive homes has increased dramatically in recent years.
Quality Foster Care Services
Click above to see more about the Traditional Foster Care program, which provides adults with the support they need to get licensed as a foster care provider. Ongoing support and child placement is also provided.
Click above to see more about the the Therapeutic Foster Care program, which provides short-term care for children that experience behavioral issues.
Click above to see more about the Transitional Foster Care program, which serves migrant children coming from Central or South America and helps them transition into their lives in the U.S.
Click above to see more about the Kinship Licensing program, which helps families get licensed to obtain additional support and resources.
When the training and licensing processes are complete, A New Leaf’s staff closely facilitates transitioning the right child into the right home, and provides ongoing monitoring and support to all foster and adoptive families, as well as Therapeutic Foster Care Providers.
Additional services include:
Ongoing 24/7 Support
Allowances for the foster child’s specific needs
Medical, dental and prescription coverage for the child/adolescent
Free initial and ongoing training
Foster Parent Requirements
Potential foster care parents and/or Respite Providers must meet the following requirements:
- 21 years of age
- Level 1 Fingerprint card, (can be completed at time of licensing)
- Must pass criminal background checks and provide references
- Attend all required trainings, classes, Therapeutic Intervention & Medical classes
- Pass a home inspection and proof of income requirement
- Submit physician’s statements on physical & emotional ability to care for child/adolescent
- HCTC requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher, or at least 2 year of experience as a foster parent
The Healing Opportunity Parenting Enrichment (HOPE) and the Home Care Training (HCTC) programs are offered in home and at locations across the valley.
(480) 733-3053 x 2822