Welcome, Caregiver! We’re so glad you’re here.

Our team knows how important hands-on practical support can be as you navigate all of the ups and downs of caring for children from hard situations. Your role is unique, incredibly important, and sometimes, difficult — and we’re here to help.

Our Caregiver Support Program is designed to meet you right where you are. With several levels of support, a variety of therapeutic resources, and a personalized approach, we hope to wrap around your whole family as you navigate the joys and challenges of the season you’re in right now.

All of these services are free-of-charge for foster, kinship, post-adopt and reunified families in our coverage area. We hope to connect with you soon.

Therapeutic Support

Foster Village’s TBRI® Practitioners and Child Development Experts are available to work directly with your family - answering tough questions about behaviors, offering tips and resources for bonding and attachment, and customizing in-home support to fit each family's unique needs. Find details about Therapeutic Support here

Complete the Therapeutic Support Request Form below, and our Therapeutic Support Specialist, Taylor Gregg, will reach out in the next couple of days with more information about how our support can help. 

Therapeutic Support Request Form

Person-Centered Thinking

Foster Village’s Rehabilitation Expert is available to teach you the Person-Centered Thinking (PCT) model to promote healthy communication between you, your children, other caregivers, and professionals. Find details about PCT here.

Join us for a free training starting in January, led by our Caregiver Support Coordinator, Talya Hines.

Have immediate questions? Email Talya directly

Project SOOTHe

One of the best ways to support the children in your life is to understand and meet their sensory processing needs. And since nearly all children who have experienced trauma have sensory processing differences, Project SOOTHe can help. Learn more about how Project SOOTHe can support you and connect with our Caregiver Support Coordinator, Rachel DiMasi, via the form below. We'll connect with you in the next couple days.  

Project SOOTHe Request Form