Becoming foster parents

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UK Fostering

Independent fostering agency in England

A fostering service provider used by local authorities in London and the South East Midlands the North West of England and the North East.

Compass Fostering

England and Wales foster agency

UK-wide fostering agency organised around regional and neighbourhood offices.

Grandparents Plus

Advice for kinship carers in England and Wales

Advice and information on welfare benefits and other sources of financial support and a wide range of other issues. Advice line open 9.30am – 3.30pm Monday to Friday.

Action For Children

Practical and emotional support for young people

Practical and emotional support for parents, families, children, and young people.

TACT

Fostering and adoption agency

Helping our foster carers become the best possible carer they can be by offering a range of training and 24/7 support.

Foster Talk

Non-profit member organisation for foster carers

An independent non-profit organisation providing professional support services to foster carers across the UK.

New Family Social

If you’re LGBT in the UK you can adopt and foster

Providing support for LGBT+ people in the adoption and fostering process, encourages inclusion and works directly to find more new families for children in care.

Fosterline

Free and independent advice for foster parents in England

Fosterline is a free confidential and supportive helpline and resource for you as a foster carer or if you are thinking of becoming a foster carer. Funded by Government.

NFA

Nationwide independent foster agency network

A nationwide group of independent foster agencies.

The Fostering Network

Support for foster parents

Offers a range of support including helpline and online community for members.

Home for good

Foster support for churches and individuals

Home for Good works to inspire, equip, and resource people to play their part in caring for vulnerable children.

GOV.UK

Government fostering, adoption, and surrogacy information

Information from Government on fostering or adopting a child, including adoptions from abroad and being a surrogate mother.

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