Every child deserves to benefit from a safe, loving family environment. Our goal is to keep families together, but when this is not possible in instances of abuse or neglect, we rely on our foster parents to open their hearts and homes to children and youth in need.
Foster parents provide care on a full-time basis or can also choose to provide relief assistance to other foster parents. At this time, Highland Shores Children’s Aid is in need of foster homes for children and youth of all ages, including siblings.
We welcome you to explore the links below to hear firsthand from foster parents, and the youth they support, about their experiences.
We encourage you to take some first steps towards opening your heart and home and changing the future of a child. Call 613-962-9291 or 800-267-0570 and indicate that you’d like more information about fostering. One of our staff members will get back to you to begin the discussion on whether or not fostering is right for you and your family.
CLICK HERE and turn to page 19 to read an interview with HSCA foster mom, Ann Dafoe that was published in the September 2014 issue of the Intelligencer’s Backpack publication
CLICK HERE to read an article from a foster mom which appeared in the December 2017 issue of Today’s Parent magazine.
Have a listen to some current HSCA foster parents talk about their experiences
- Who Can Become a Foster Parent?
- What Do Foster Parents Do?
- What is Involved in Becoming a Foster Parent?
- Who Are Foster Children?
- Types of Foster Care
- Foster Parent Training & Support
- National Foster Family Week
- Learn More about Becoming a Foster Parent
- Children and Youth Who Need Full-time or Relief Foster Families