Wheeler will host upcoming Open House sessions for prospective foster parents.
September 25, 2018, CoWorker Hub, 900 Straits Turnpike, Middlebury, 6:30-7:30 pm
October 9, 2018, 88 East Street, Plainville, 6:30-7:30 pm
October 23, 2018, CoWorker Hub, 900 Straits Turnpike, Middlebury, 6:30-7:30 pm
November 13, 2018, 88 East Street, Plainville, 6:30-7:30 pm
November 27, 2018, CoWorker Hub, 900 Straits Turnpike, Middlebury, 6:30-7:30 pm
These no-obligation events provide information about Wheeler’s foster care programs. Mature adults who are single or married, working or at home, are encouraged to become foster parents.
Those who are interested can stop by a session to learn about foster care without making a commitment of any kind. Wheeler’s team of experts coordinates services for youth from diverse backgrounds with the goal of providing a nurturing home and a structured environment.
Families are part of a team of professionals and are provided with financial support and training to ensure they are well-equipped to meet the needs of youth in their care.
Wheeler Clinic’s Foster Care programs, funded by the Department of Children and Families, provide 24-hour support to families and youth.
Wheeler Clinic’s programs provide a higher level of support and resources to assist families in meeting the needs of youth and children placed in their homes.
For information about foster care opportunities, call 860.793.7277, or email FosterCarePrograms@Wheelerclinic.org.
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