Everyone Can Do Something
Children are Waiting
Everyday agencies work hard to find loving homes for kids. Right now there are more kids waiting for families than families waiting for kids. Join us in reversing the narrative. Not everyone can foster, but everyone can do something to support a child from a hard place.
Kids in foster care do not have a relative or friend (kinship) stepping in to care for them. They are vulnerable and need stability. Can you provide that?
We appreciate you spending time learning about us. We want to learn more about you, your story, and what lead you here. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you ever have a thought you want to process or question you just need to ask.
Until There's More Than Enough,
Learn, Give, Relate, Grow the Movement, Foster, Adopt
Our Role in the Movement
A foster care movement is spreading throughout the country. There are 3,142 counties in the United States, each with kids in foster care. Over 300,000 kids are in care, and 100,000 could be adopted at this very moment. We can only provide More Than Enough for those here in our county. Join us in doing so.
And then we can help others do the same.
Join Isaiah's Place in the Foster Care Movement
Each month we work to provide the trainings you need to grow and when it fits your schedule. We have a number of amazing contract trainers who understand your busy schedule and want to make training a valuable, supportive, and connecting experience.
Threading the Church
with Foster Care
As a Christ-Centered agency, we believe the "capital C" Church has been called to care for the modern-day orphan in their distress (James 1:27) and that God "sets the lonely in families" (Psalm 68:6). Linking, equipping, and supporting the church means more kids from hard places will be taken care of.
Mental Health Services
Isaiah's Place has a clinical focus of caring for kids from hard places through behavioral health services. We utilize the wisdom of evidence-based interventions and infuse it with our training and case management to help bring clarity and guidance to children directly and the families who care for them.