Fostering the Power of Families
Founded in 1902, Children's Home Society of North Carolina has worked throughout North Carolina to place more than 16,000 children into safe and loving homes.
CHSNC also provides training and educational services to families and professionals across the state, all in an effort to build healthy home environments and transform communities for the children of North Carolina.
With 11,000 children in care in North Carolina, CHSNC's mission to promote the right of every child to a permanent, safe, and loving family is more important than ever before. CHSNC encourages families across the state to open their hearts and homes to these children today. You can make a difference.
Finding a forever family: 3 stories of love and adoption
With more than 400,000 children in foster care throughout the U.S., understanding the benefits of adoption can greatly impact the success of programs across the country.
Mentorship programs provide guiding light for foster children
Mentors can provide stability for children in foster situations who may not have anyone to help them understand how to respond and regulate behavior in positive ways.
10 things to consider when going through the adoption process
According to Children's Home Society of North Carolina, there are not enough families in the agency willing and able to adopt at the level needed in the community.
'Every child deserves love:' 11,000 children in NC's foster care system
The Children's Home Society of North Carolina works with communities to figure out how to meet the needs of the 11,000 children currently in the foster care system in the state.
Holidays a time for inclusion at home and in community for foster families
The Children's Home Society of North Carolina encourages foster families to take children in foster care on vacations, to family outings and holiday events as much as possible, treating them just as they would any other child in their home.