Foster and Adoptive Families Needed
Have you ever thought of becoming a foster parent or wanted to adopt a child in need of permanency? Koinonia Family Services is now serving the Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valleys, and is looking for families who want to provide safe, caring, and nurturing homes for children who are in need of short-term or long-term placement. Children in need of placement range from newborns to 18-year-olds and non-minor dependents over 18 years old. Koinonia Family Services has expanded due to the significant need in the Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valley areas. If you have ever thought about becoming a foster parent or adopting a child through foster care, Koinonia Family Services is able to help you take the next step. Being a Koinonia resource parent means you will be a part of an organization with very high standards and expertise to help vulnerable children. Koinonia provides the support of a professional case worker, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our resource parents are provided formal and on-going individual training. All Koinonia placements are provided medical and dental care coverage. In addition, Koinonia provides monetary reimbursement for each child placed in your home. There is a tremendous need for foster and adoptive families in the Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valleys, and Koinonia is happy to announce its expansion into these areas. Please partner with us, and together we can bring hope to a new generation.
For more information about the Koinonia Family Services Foster Care and Foster to Adopt programs or how to take the next step, please contact Trini Willey at 661-273-8122, or email@example.com.
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