There are many different ways to serve with our Foster Care ministry! If you are interested, please fill out the form below, and a member of our team will be in touch soon.
Foster Care Support Group Meeting
Walking through foster care has some unique challenges and can leave you feeling very isolated. Come build community with people who "get it." It's not a place to come for all the answers, it's a group of people to link arms with – to encourage and equip each other as we strive to care for the fatherless in our community. We will also link recently licensed newbies to seasoned veterans.
We meet each Wednesday from 6:30-8:00pm in B-309.
If it is your first time visiting, please feel free to register for childcare in advance. This will save you time your first time on campus and visiting the group. You can find the registration form here.
Email for more information.
Interested in Becoming a Foster Parent?
Trauma Informed Partnering for Safety (TIPS) is a 10-week course designed to help you prepare for and to become a licensed foster care home. These classes are facilitated by organizations partnering with Brook Hills and are offered at various times throughout the year.
Information on confirmed classes can be found by viewing "Upcoming Events," listed to the right. You may also visit the Lifeline Children's Services website to view more information on their specific classes, or contact AK Orcutt at Alabama Baptist Children's Homes (205.945.0037) if you have other questions about classes they offer.
Serve by Joining a Care Community
Care Communities provide a strong support system for foster & foster adoptive families. Each community consists of 4-8 committed and equipped volunteers who support and serve each family by providing regular and ongoing practical help.
CARE COMMUNITIES MAY OFFER SUPPORT IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS:
- Providing meals
- Household chores
- Relief care
- Coordinating volunteers
- Sourcing needed items