Family Foster Care

Family Foster Care is for children whose families are unable to care for them temporarily. These children receive care and supervision from professionally-trained foster families. Foster care is usually a short-term living situation until children can be re-unified with their families, freed for adoption, or until a relative can be identified who will provide them a permanent home. All agencies that provide foster care are licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.

A New Leaf
Adriel, Inc.
Advantage Family Outreach and Foster Care
Agape for Youth
Bair Foundation
Beech Acres Parenting Center
Beech Brook
Buckeye Ranch
Christian Children’s Home of Ohio
Community Teaching Homes
Focus on Youth
Homes for Kids
House of New Hope
Isaiah’s Place
Kids Count Too
Lighthouse Youth Services
Life Start
Mended Reeds
National Youth Advocate Program
Northeast Ohio Adoption Services
Oesterlen Services for Youth

Pathway Caring for Children
Pressley Ridge
South Community
St. Joseph Orphanage
St. Vincent Family Center
The Marsh Foundation
The Twelve of Ohio
The Village Network
UMCH Family Services
Youth Advocate Services