Due to COVID 19 More children Need Foster Parents - Become a Foster / Resource Parent
New Alternatives, Inc. Foster Family Agency
We NEED certified foster/resource homes for children, ages 0-18 THROUGHOUT SAN DIEGO COUNTY. Our office is in Escondido, but many children need homes in the South and East part of the county.
We are looking for compassionate and loving adults; single, married or partnered (21 years and older) willing to open their hearts and homes to children who need a healing family experience. It takes a variety of families to provide support to children of all genders, sexual orientations, ethnic group and ages in need of parents who will be sensitive to them.
If you ARE NOT READY FOR A FULL COMMITMENT . . . become certified and offer RESPITE CARE. What is respite care? Open your home for a weekend or a week at a time. This allows Foster Parents a window of opportunity for rest or vacation.
Our agency works hard to support foster/resource parents. We make training easy (Online and in-person). We come to you for the entire certification process and there is no charge to the applicant for the certification process.
One person can make a profound difference in the life of a child. Please be that person.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About New Alternatives, Inc. Foster Family Agency
3589 4th Avenue San Diego, San Diego, CA 92103, US
New Alternatives, Inc,. Foster Family Agency is a non-profit that is dedicated to the philosophy that all children have the right to develop as healthy, happy, successful and contributing individuals.
New Alternatives Inc., Foster Family Agency has served more than 1,000 foster children, youth and non-minor dependents since 1986. Many placements have moved to Guardianship and Adoption within three years. Over 4,500 children in San Diego County need a safe and loving home. We are contracted by the County and receive referrals for children in need of care. We are looking for compassionate and loving adults, single, married, or partnered (21 years or older) to open their hearts and homes to children and youth who need a healing family experience. It takes a variety of families to provide support to foster children and youth of all genders, ethnic groups, and ages in need of parents who will be sensitive to them. Successful foster/resource parents are typically drawn to service and have a heart for vulnerable poplulations.