What placing your child at Foster’s Home means…

They are cared for by two full-time caregivers
They will attend one of the finest public school systems in the State
They will receive regular mental health counseling
They will receive regular spiritual instructions as part of a faith-based ministry
They will receive intensive tutoring to help them succeed in school
They will be afforded many enrichment opportunities (i.e. camps, trips, hunting/fishing excursions, 4-H and FFA involvement, etc.)
We will look at your child through the lens of “what happened to them” rather than “what’s wrong with them”
They will receive care in a Sanctuary Certified Site
Our goal is restoration and healing of your family

What placing your child at Foster’s Home doesn’t mean…

You don’t love or want your child
You lose your parental rights to your child
You cannot withdraw your child from care at any time
You are a bad parent
You lose involvement in your child’s life

If you think that Foster’s Home is the home away from home that your child needs, please access the Application for PlacementĀ in the list of documents Privacy Pbelow. You can either fill out the application on your computer, save it, and e-mail it directly to david.asbill@fostershome.org; or you can print the application and fill out by hand and mail to:

Foster’s Home for Children

Attn: David Asbill

P.O. Box 978

Stephenville, TX 76401

If you have any further questions regarding your child and the possibility of placement at Foster’s Home, please contact David Asbill by e-mail or telephone, 254-968-2143 ext. 246.



http://fostershome.org/wpfh/placement/Placement Application 17.pdf