Methodist Foster Care- Monroe

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3101 Armand Street
Suite 3
Monroe, LA 71201
United States

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Tuesday9AM - 5PM
Wednesday9AM - 5PM
Thursday9AM - 5PM
Friday9AM - 5PM
Saturday9AM - 5PM
Sunday9AM - 5PM

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Louisiana Children in Foster Care Need YOUR Kindness!

By definition, foster caregivers are among the kindest people. Across our state, a special group of Louisiana’s children need your kindness. Children need therapeutic foster homes!

Red dots mark communities that have at least one Methodist Foster Care home.
Red dots mark communities that have at least one Methodist Foster Care home.

Providing Foster Care is an enriching experience. If you want to make a difference in a child's life – a difference that makes a difference – become a Foster Caregiver.

Louisiana’s Children in Foster Care Need Homes!

Call the Methodist Foster Care office nearest you and speak with one of our helpful Foster Care recruiters. Discover how to do the kindest act for a child – become a foster caregiver!

Services and information

  • Traditional Foster Care

Requirements to become a foster parent

You're never alone when you foster as you work as part of a professional team. Louisiana’s Department of Children and Family Services partners with many organizations to help support foster children and the families that care for them.

The collaborative Foster Caregiver Mentor Program encourages peer relationships between foster families. It's an effective way for new resource parents to meet with more experienced caregivers and get advice.

Your local DCFS also has plenty of resources online, including parent handbooks, contact information, and emergency service information. You can learn more about child welfare agencies and how to become a foster parent.

A child-placing agency is always there for you, providing support in times of crisis or even when you have questions. Don't forget about the case worker, who you can contact if you feel lost.

Working with the birth parents is another part of a foster parent's job. However, you don't have to simply contact them to set up visitations and calls. Co-parenting with them is often best for the child, and it can make your job easier.

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