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Foster and out of home care services

Do you enjoy caring for children and young people? Do you want to make a positive difference in a child or young person’s life?  Do you have a stable home environment? If you answered yes to these questions, then you could be a foster carer.
We share the important facts and benefits of fostering through Churches of Christ Care.
Our out of home care services go through rigorous assessment processes to be licensed by the Department to deliver foster and kinship care, residential care and supported independent living services, and to comply with standards set down by the Child Protection Act 1999.
Get answers to some common questions about foster care and how to become a foster carer: Who can be a foster carer? How do I become a foster carer? Can I choose the child I care for?
Find contact details for the location closest to you.
Could you be a foster carer?
Do you enjoy caring for children and young people? Do you want to make a positive difference in a child or young person’s life?  Do you have a stable home environment? If you answered yes to these questions, then you could be a foster carer.
Facts about fostering
We share the important facts and benefits of fostering through Churches of Christ Care.
Our services
Our out of home care services go through rigorous assessment processes to be licensed by the Department to deliver foster and kinship care, residential care and supported independent living services, and to comply with standards set down by the Child Protection Act 1999.
FAQs
Get answers to some common questions about foster care and how to become a foster carer: Who can be a foster carer? How do I become a foster carer? Can I choose the child I care for?
Our locations
Find contact details for the location closest to you.
We knew that becoming foster carers was the best decision we'd ever made.
- Barry & Cate, Foster Carers
Being able to care for these beautiful children and see the change in them has made me happier and more content than I've been in a long time.
- Sue, Foster Carer