Adopting a child through foster care is one way to help a child while potentially growing your family. Applicants complete the Resource Family Approval (RFA) process and foster the child with the intention of providing a permanent home should the child not be able to reunify with his or her birth family.
Treatment Foster Care
Treatment foster care (TFC), also called therapeutic foster care, is out-of-home care by foster parents with specialized training to care for a wide variety of children and adolescents, usually those with significant emotional, behavioral, or social issues or medical needs. Foster parents typically receive additional supports and services.
The Marin Foster Care Association’s mission is to achieve consistent, safe, quality care for the well being of all foster children, by providing services and advocacy to Foster and Adoptive Families, Relative and Non-Relative caregivers.
Community Resource Center (CRC) distributes clothes, toys, games, school supplies, sports equipment, car seats, diapers and gift cards.
Opportunity Fund supports foster youth enrichment activities, Foster Parent trainings, annual Holiday Party and Summer Picnic, personalized action plans to assist foster youth and their families, monthly newsletter, updating our community on trainings, events, etc.
The MFCA welcomes the community to volunteer or donate to their cause.