Types of Children Who Are Available for Adoption: Those whose biological parents parental rights have been terminated through the judicial process and children who have been voluntarily released by their parents.

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Our Treatment Foster Care Program utilizes a team approach to Treatment Foster Care – integrating the youth, the youth’s biological family, foster family, therapists, and the program supervisor.

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There are over 14,000 children in the foster care system in the State of Michigan. What does it take to become a licensed foster parent?

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Our General Foster Care Program includes case management and supervision of cases that involve children in foster care. Our role is to encourage and provide services to reach a specific case goal.

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The Day One Program is a voluntary program that works with all new parents to help them and their children get off to a healthy start.

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The research is clear: Children who start behind, stay behind. During the first 2,000 days between birth and their first day of kindergarten, 90% of a child’s brain is developed.

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  • foster month ribbon

    2nd Annual Blue Ribbon Event

    2nd Annual Blue Ribbon Event
    Friday, May 1st at 1:00 p.m.
    Alpena Mayor Waligora will be here to read the proclamation that
    May is Foster Care Month in Alpena
    Child & Family Services of Northeast Michigan
    1044 US 23 N. Alpena MI

  • faces of fostercare

    National Foster Care Month Blue Ribbon Event

    Blue Ribbon Event
    Friday, May 1st at 10:00 a.m.
    R. #23 & Rt. #72 in Harrisville (Behind the Courthouse)
    Harrisville Mayor Dobis will read the proclamation that
    May is Foster Care Month in Harrisville
    Sponsored by
    Child & Family Services of Northeast Michigan
    23rd Circuit Court Family Division
    Department of Health & Human Services (Alpena, Alcona, Montmorency)