Site first of its kind to provide an easily accessible public directory of foster care providers and services in SC and helpful information for families seeking assistance
COLUMBIA, SC - This month, the Palmetto Association for Children and Families (PAFCAF) will launch the first publicly searchable database of foster care providers and services in South Carolina. The first-of-its-kind directory will be a resource for individuals interested in becoming a foster parent or adoptive parent, a kinship caregiver or families seeking services. Those utilizing the database will be able to easily locate an agency that is right for them in their community, allowing a streamlined process for those seeking services in South Carolina.
Families will also be able to search for private placement options for youth, as well as prevention services and community-based services.
Members of the public will have access to this directory simply by visiting PAFCAF ’s webpage at www.pafcaf.org.
This site provides private agencies’ contact information, the types of programs and services offered, and other important information to help families wishing to become foster families and families seeking services. It also allows individuals seeking resources and information to search by zip code or county in order to find the agency closest to them and will offer up-to-date website links, so an individual can easily and quickly navigate the website and identify and access the resources they need right there in their community.
“PAFCAF is excited to offer this type of database to our communities across South Carolina,” said PAFCAF CEO Erin Hall. “This tool will offer members of the community who wish to foster or adopt or are looking for services available to their own families an easy and accessible database of our members.”
Are you interested in becoming a foster or adoptive parent or are in need of services? Find an agency near you by visiting https://pafcaf.memberclicks.net/find-a-pafcafmember#/!
The Palmetto Association for Children and Families was created in 1986 to unite the diverse agencies who serve children and families in South Carolina and give them a place to exchange ideas, gain knowledge and work to address issues related to the quality of care given to children and their families. Member agencies have the ability to serve approximately 3,500 children at any given time. The challenges of caring for these children are great. The Palmetto Association for Children and Families works to promote the best care possible for children
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