Our programs are designed to provide caring and supportive educational and social services to youth and families to help them attain a productive and successful life.
Youthnet is continuing to license foster families while following COVID-19 safety guidelines. We expect to see an increase of children coming into foster care this year, and our community does not currently have enough licensed families for these children. If you have the space in your home, we encourage you to learn more about how Youthnet can support you as a new foster parent or respite provider. Click here for more information about our foster care programs, virtual licensing, and how to attend our next online Foster Care Info Meeting!
Youthnet offers ongoing support groups to our foster families, and these meetings are open to all DCYF, Youthnet, and other agency licensed foster parents on the first and third Thursday of each month. Click to view our calendar and register through Zoom.
For the past 50 years Youthnet has worked very hard to abide by our mission of providing caring and supportive services to children and families so they can lead healthy, successful lives. This can’t be accomplished in a world that does not value and respect people of color. Racial injustice is intolerable and we stand with those who take action against the inequities and violence that are perpetrated against those who are different. Equity, diversity, inclusion and humility are valued at our organization and we strive to grow and learn from those who may be unlike us that can help bring us understanding and acceptance...
Click to view a message from our Executive Director, Carla Arnold.
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