Boys’ Town Fostering Services provides family-based care for vulnerable children. It very much complements Boys’ Town’s mission towards being a one-stop children and youth centre that offers a continuum of alternative care services that meets each and every child’s best interests.
Boys’ Town Fostering Services consists of two programmes: MSF Fostering Agency and Sanctuary Care.
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fostering can mean for you, and for these children.
MSF Fostering Agency (FA)
MSF FA was appointed by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) in February 2015 as a fostering agency. We work to support foster children to achieve their potential through a stable and safe family environment. These children are all referred by Child Protective Services and are from new-borns to 18 years old.
Sanctuary Care is another fostering service by Boys’ Town to provide short-term care and shelter to infants and young children. These children come from families who are facing a crisis such as those dealing with illness or incarceration. These children are referred by community social workers.
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