Glade Run provides foster care services to children from birth to 18 years of age. The children needing foster care have been separated from their parents or guardians who were unable or unwilling to properly care for them. The goal of the foster care program is to achieve reunification with their family whenever possible.
Each child entering the program undergoes an initial assessment process to determine the extent of mental health, support and social services required to facilitate the achievement of reunification. Services required may include psychiatric and/or psychological testing; individual, group and/or family therapy; in-home support; crisis intervention; 24-hour on-call emergency services; or respite care. The child and birth family are encouraged to participate as full members of the treatment team and assist in the decision-making process whenever possible. The treatment team is led by a Glade Run Lutheran Services foster care/wraparound case manager. Case managers also monitor the quality and efficacy of the services provided to the child and foster family.
Considering becoming a foster parent? Check out more information, call us at 724-452-4453 x 1126 or fill out our contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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