Full-Scale Support for Foster Family Success
The need for foster parents is exploding in our country. Have you always been inclined to help children in need of a safe and secure home? Call an Omni Visions office to express your interest in becoming a therapeutic foster care parent.
After all, home is where hope begins. If not you, who?
Therapeutic Foster Care: An Overview
Thousands of children need treatment foster homes
Omni’s foster parents often tell us that being a therapeutic foster care parent is the most challenging—and most rewarding thing—they’ve ever done.
In a treatment foster care home, you provide stability and care for children who have often had traumatic experiences, may be emotionally challenged, or have special needs.
Yet you’re never alone. Omni Visions provides training, support, and guidance. All therapeutic foster parents receive financial assistance, which covers the child’s food, housing, clothing, transportation and treatment needs.
Once you complete the licensing requirements and training, you are eligible for a child or teen to be placed in your home. And while the goal of most foster placements is to return the child to their birth family, therapeutic foster care is often a step towards adoption.
Foster Parents are Critical
On any given day, over 400,000 children are in custody in the United States. The recruitment of foster homes is a critical need.
Learn how Omni empowers foster parents by lifting up those around us on behalf of these deserving children.
Learn More About Being a Foster Parent
We’re here to guide you.
Complete information request form or contact an Omni Visions office near you.
Begin the application and approval process.
We’ll find a match between you and a child in need of a family.
We’ll support your success as a foster parent/family every step of the way.
More Information for Prospective Foster Parents
Become a Foster Parent
If you are interested in becoming a foster parent click here to learn more and fill out our form to get started.
Omni Visions has office-based service locations in four states—Tennessee, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Visit this page to learn more about our organization or speak with an expert on foster care.