"We have opened our home to give foster children a safe environment to heal from trauma. We have opened our hearts and poured out love. We nurture, care and protect them just as we do our own children."

  

At Covenant Kids Manor of Florida our Supportive Services Managers complete a level 2 background check which includes finger prints. Personal and employment references are conducted as well as local police checks and Adam Walsh checks. Successful completion of 24 hours of pre-service foster parent training classes either PRIDE (Parent Resources for Information, Development and Education) or Professional Parenting. Other mandatory training includes First Aid, CPR, Water Safety and home management. After a home study is completed and approved by The Florida Department of Children and Families a foster parent license is issued and foster children are placed in the home. 

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Marie  & William Jones, Arcadia, Florida

Danielle & Christopher Butler, North Port, Florida

Meet a few of our Supportive Services Foster Parents

Orlando & Ana Sequeira, Daytona Beach, Florida

   

"It is so rewarding to be foster parents. We are able to see how a child's life is transformed in a positive way just by giving them love and understanding them."

  
   

Foster parents Danielle & Christopher Butler made local, national (Massachusetts) and international (Australia) news when they thought of a creative way to show their foster children love and appreciation during COVID-19. The foster parents dressed up in T-Rex costumes and met their foster children at the bus stop on the first day of the 2020-2021 school year.