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Foster Home Services

Families1In New York City, nearly 14,000 children are in foster care. They have been removed from their homes because their caretakers are accused of abuse or neglect, or their inability to care for the children for whom they are responsible. JCCA is one of the largest and most respected foster care agencies in New York City, and this year was selected as one of five agencies to work with the City on groundbreaking new programs. Our services help place children with caring families and we help the families that have had their children removed from their homes as well as the families who serve as foster parents.

Paul Torres, LCSW, Senior Vice President, Foster Home Services and Coordinated Community Services

Keturah Pierre, LMSW, Vice President, Foster Home Services

Cy Orfield, LCSW
Assistant Division Director

fhs@jccany.org

Bronx Office
555 Bergen Avenue, 4th Floor
Bronx, NY 10455
718-742-8550
718-993-4345 (fax)

Brooklyn Office
870 East 29th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11210
718-758-7800
718-258-2800 (fax)

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Our philosophy is simple: the infants and children in our care need safe and nurturing foster homes while their families work to resolve their difficulties. Where possible, we work with families to return the children to their parents and families permanently, and we seek to build strong connections and better relationships among family members. When we cannot return the children to their birth families, we work to find permanent, loving new families for them. We work with foster parents who receive extensive training and support from JCCA staff.

Family2Damitry Stallings, foster youth

Today, Damitry Stallings is a poised teenager. However, he was not always that way. His JCCA social worker, Allison Bonesteel, says, “When Damitry first arrived in foster care, he was very quiet and had trouble communicating when he felt upset.” Now, after working with Ms. Bonestell, he has become an open and caring young man. Click here to read an excerpt from his award-winning essay on his experience in foster care.

Programs in the Foster Home Services division include:

Would you like to become a foster parent? Click here for info.

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