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Foster Care information

Foster parents provide a special service to children and to the community by providing love and ongoing care to children who cannot live with their birth families.
Children come into foster care because their biological families are unable to take care of them. Foster families provide temporary homes until these children can be reunited with their own parents or another permanent plan such as adoption can be made.
Foster parents do much more than provide shelter and supervision. They accept the challenge of nurturing the children in their care by providing stability, acceptance, guidance and love.

For more information about Foster Care and becoming a Foster Care Parent please call:

Napa County Foster Care Licensing
(707) 253-4761