We are looking for imperfect parents. Individuals who know they don’t have it altogether and still want to give what they have.

We are looking for imperfect parents. Individuals who know they don’t have it altogether and still want to give what they have.

Because being a foster parent isn’t about having a perfect home. It’s about having a welcoming home. A place where kids feel safe enough to let their guard down and start to heal.

Being a foster parent isn’t about having a perfect heart either. It’s about having a willing-to-learn heart. Willing to explore and try trauma-effective strategies to best connect with youth from hard places.

Because youth in foster care aren’t looking for perfect parents. They are in need of safe and authentic adults who will show up for them, cheer for them, celebrate them and stay with them when life is hard.

You don’t even have to parent perfectly to succeed as a foster parent. Being willing to admit mistakes and apologize is a remarkable quality.

The need is great for parents who believe in imperfect progress and have empathy for brokenness. For adults who can extend kindness and grace to youth who are hurting. Especially to teens, sibling groups and children with medical needs.

If imperfect is where you are, let’s talk about the possibilities. Connect with Heather today at 330.462.1118 or huebnerh@ccho.org. Or click the inquire button at the top of your screen.