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Yadkin County needs foster parents to provide love, stability, and safety for children here in our community who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned. There are over 70 children in foster care in Yadkin County. Many of the children have to move outside of the county due to lack of foster homes. They are not only separated from their siblings many times they are also separated from their school and friends.
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The children in foster care come from diverse backgrounds, ranging in age from infancy to 18. We need more foster parents, single or married, to help bring our kids back home and keep brothers and sisters together. 

Here is an information video to help learn more about Foster parents and children.

Foster families are required to participate in Model Approach to Partnership in Parenting (MAPP) training. This training can help you discern if this is the right choice for you. If you decide to become a foster parent, social workers provide ongoing support. You are never alone.

The Yadkin County Foster Parent Association (YCFPA) is an organization that provides training, support, and activities for foster parents in Yadkin County. Its goal is to give foster parents a place where they can find encouragement and advice from other foster parents, earn training credits through educational and informational sessions, and enjoy events that bring together foster families from across the county. The Association meets monthly and coordinates other events throughout the year. 

What would I need to do? Please see the Steps to become a Foster/Adoptive Parent page.