Families don't have to match
Open Your Heart and Home by Becoming a Foster Parent
Access Services’ Foster Care program is available to children who are in need of love and care in a nurturing, stable home when unable to be with their family. Foster parents are caregivers as well as agents of active change in a child’s life by setting a good example and providing the time, care, and attention that a child deserves. Foster parents ensure that every child has a place to call home, a safe place they can count on for growth and care.
Please consider opening your heart and home to a child who needs it most. Competitive rates, training and ongoing support are provided, with long-term and short-term options available
If you are interested in learning more about providing foster care, please fill out the form below.
There are approximately 15,000 children who are currently in foster care in the state of Pennsylvania. Each and every one of them deserve a safe, nurturing and caring home where they can thrive. Access Services’ Foster Care program exists to equip foster parents to provide these healing homes for children in Pennsylvania who are temporarily unable to remain with their biological families. Please consider opening your heart and home to a child or children who need it most.
Our current foster care host families are most appreciative of the following services from Access Services, according to a recent study:
On-call support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Thoughtful and collaborative process for finding the BEST match for your home and family
Approachable staff and "hands-on" program leadership
Most required trainings can be completed in the comfort of your own home
Are you considering opening your home, but are unsure if the foster care program is right for you? Fill out the form above and we will let you know about our upcoming information sessions for those potentially interested in providing foster care and what it means to be a provider with Access Services.
Access Services is a human services nonprofit organization creating better ways to serve people with special needs. We provide a variety of services ranging from intellectual disability and autism services to adult behavioral health and crisis services, and children and family supports. Our Host Family programs include Foster Care, Lifesharing and Respite. These programs provide short-term and long-term support for children and adults in need of a loving and nurturing home.
Access Services matches foster parents and caregivers to those in need in the following counties: