Forestdale is looking for special people to provide temporary homes, guidance, and love to young people who cannot safely remain with their parents. Your role is to provide children and teens with the emotional support they need to heal and thrive. At the same time, you work with Forestdale to help birth parents make progress towards rebuilding their families. In most cases, foster children reunite with their birth parents; when it is not safe to do so, Forestdale will facilitate the adoption process.
As a foster parent, you will provide what all loving parents do: food, shelter, clothing, stability, discipline and a caring home environment. Foster parents serve as champions for the children in their care, helping them gain self-esteem, achieve in school, and acquire the life skills they need to lead fulfilling lives. If you love and understand children, you’ve already met many of our qualifications.
MAY 2017 Orientation
Bldg. 3 Conference Room
Tuesday, May 2 @ 12 pm
Monday, May 8 @ 6 pm
Tuesday, May 9 @ 2 pm
Thursday, May 11 @12 pm
Bldg. 5 Auditorium
10 Consecutive Tuesdays from 6:00pm – 9:00pm
05/16/17- Meeting 1 06/20/17- Meeting 6
05/23/17- Meeting 2 06/27/17- Meeting 7
05/30/17- Meeting 3 07/11/17- Meeting 8
06/06/17- Meeting 4 07/18/17- Meeting 9
06/13/17 – Meeting 5 07/25/17- Meeting 10
07/04/17 – INDEPENDENCE DAY (CLOSED)
**Please don’t bring any children (your biological children or foster children) to the trainings.
The materials presented are not suitable for them and we have no one to watch them.
If you would like to complete some foster parent trainings online use the following link. http://www.bsc-cdhs.org/fosterparenttraining/
67-35 112th Street
Forest Hills, NY 11375
If you would like to learn more about becoming a foster parent at Forestdale, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the Homefinding Department at 718-263-0740 x602.