Children in Placement is a non-profit organization that trains local volunteers throughout Connecticut to advocate for abused and neglected children in foster care.
Our Youth sponsors serve as a steady, consistent support to youth 13-24 years of age that have been in foster care without permanent placement, multiple placements, or are close to aging out of the child welfare system and for whom adoption is no longer wanted or a viable choice. Youth Sponsors are a caring, supportive adult who is in it for the long haul, willing to guide and nurture the youth. The sponsor works with the young adult to focus on positive youth development, youth driven activities and the development of core competencies (decision making, problem solving, how to access services). A youth sponsor will provide:
· A stable adult to provide guidance
· A positive role model
· A connection to other clinical and support services
· A source of happiness
· A guide to improving the life of the child
· A support system, attending permanency planning meetings and vital stool educational meetings to ensure the youth’s needs are being met
To participate in this opportunity, please contact us or fill out the volunteer application at: www.childreninplacement.org
The mission of Children in Placement is to facilitate effective judicial review of children and families involved in court proceedings where neglect, abuse, and other risks are alleged in order to promote a safe, permanent home for children in Connecticut.
Children in Placement-CT, Inc. is a non-profit organization that trains local volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in foster care. We have been helping the children of Connecticut since 1979.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Justice & Legal
We'll work with your schedule.
81 Columbia AveWillamanitic, CT06226
May 18, 2021
Case Work / Management
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 21
Orientation or Training
5-15 hours per month
Must have access to a car, participate in 40 hours of training, work with child into adulthood