Every child needs a family.
The loving care that families provide on a daily basis is key to improving the lives of children who have experienced foster care. Casey Family Programs strengthens America’s families by supporting foster parents, kinship caregivers and birth parents.
Children in foster care today represent our nation's most vulnerable population. By the year 2020, Casey Family Programs aims to safely reduce this number by 50 percent, providing more support for those who need to remain in care.
Casey Family Programs’ social workers partner with families to:
Building Communities of Hope
This annual report tells the story of the path toward hope that communities across America are building for vulnerable children and families.
Casey Family Programs provides resources to help you decide whether to become a foster parent, and connect you with agencies seeking foster parents.
Casey Family Programs provides resources for those of you who already are foster parents.
Are you a grandparent, aunt, uncle or close family friend who has stepped in when a child experiences trouble at home? Casey Family Programs has resources for you.
Are you a parent who has reunited with a child from the foster care system? Casey Family Programs wants to hear from you.