NWF Health Network directly oversees the placement of children in foster and adoptive homes that provide standard or specialized care, depending on the child’s needs. NWF Health Network’s Foster Family Support team recruits foster parents through a screening and training process that is both rigorous and supportive. It is our goal to recruit, license, and support quality foster parents who are trauma-competent, trained, and well-equipped to serve all of our children.
We train, equip, and support our families caring for foster children in our community. We would love for you to become a valued part of our team!
Foster parents provide a home for a child whose family is in crisis. The goal for children in foster care is for them to be reunited with their family when it is safe to do so. Foster children have unique needs, and our goal is to equip families who will nurture our children to heal and thrive.
Escambia & Santa Rosa
For information about becoming a foster parent in Escambia or Santa Rosa Counties, please contact Leigh Anne Presley at 850-739-9630.
Okaloosa & Walton
For information about becoming a foster parent in Okaloosa or Walton Counties, please contact Stephanie Case at 850-728-2570.
Leon, Wakulla, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, & Franklin
For information about becoming a foster parent in Leon, Wakulla, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, or Franklin counties, please contact Calyn Stringer at 850-264-6713.
Bay, Washington, Gulf, Holmes, Calhoun, & Jackson
For information about becoming a foster parent in Bay, Washington, Gulf, Holmes, Calhoun, or Jackson counties, please call Hannah Green at 850-739-9634.
Documents, forms, and resources for foster parents including training and visitation logs, resource request forms, and transition planning documents.
Extended Foster Care & Independent Living Services provide youth transitioning from foster care to independence a variety of options to receive support and assistance from age 18 to 23.
Our Foster Family Support team maintains a calendar of all foster and adoptive parent training classes, community outreach and recruitment events, and foster family appreciation events in our community.
Foster Parents are required to have ongoing training each year to increase their knowledge of the dependency system, trauma, behavior management, safety, and self care. Check out our trainings here!
NWF Health Network directly oversees the placement of children in foster homes that provide care specific to the child’s needs. It is our goal to recruit, license, and support quality foster parents to serve all of our children.
Our program goal is to empower kinship caregivers by removing barriers and providing needed resources to ensure that the well-being and welfare needs of children in care are met.