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  • Title: Welcome to The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries | Christian Foster Care | Foster-to-Adopt | Family Services
    Descriptive info: .. Register.. Login.. Wednesday, February 13, 2013.. Home.. Become a Foster Parent.. Frequent Questions.. Inquiry Form.. Adoption.. Join our Network.. Support our Ministry.. Church Partners.. Church Presentation Form.. Success Stories.. Read our Newsletter.. Who We Are.. Leadership.. Board of Directors.. Credentials.. News.. Contact Bair.. Mission & Vision.. Register for Updates.. What We Do.. Foster Care.. Kinship.. Family Services.. Behavioral Health.. Independent Living.. Where We Serve.. Kentucky.. New Mexico.. North Carolina.. Ohio.. Oklahoma.. Pennsylvania.. South Carolina.. Texas.. Virginia.. How Kids Succeed.. SITFC® Model.. Permanency.. Sibling Connections.. Quality Improvement.. Trauma Informed Care.. No Moves.. Bair Scholarship.. Join Our Team.. Mergers & Acquisitions.. Careers.. Foster Parents.. The McCauley Family.. We Say.. YES!.. to brighter futures.. 95% of Bair's seniors pursue.. a future of higher education.. Learn More.. There are over 100,000 children available for adoption.. Help make a difference.. What's New at Bair.. The Bair Foundation Brings Services to Lexington, Kentucky.. Dec 20, 2012.. The Bair Foundation Inc, a Christian child and family ministry has announced the opening of its first of three offices planned for the state of Kentucky.. With 45 years of child welfare and social service experience, The Bair Foundation has the potential to impact the lives of hundreds of local foster youth.. As a leader.. Continue reading.. Please, indicate an RSS source on the Settings page of the module.. Subscribe for email updates, news trainings from Bair.. Upcoming Events at Bair.. Nashville, TN.. Join us at FFTA's 27th Annual Conference on Treatment Foster Care.. Gaylord Opryland Resort Convention Center,.. July 28-31, 2013.. Over  ...   pm.. First Baptist Church Simpsonville.. Address: 3 Hedge St.. , Simpsonville, SC 29681.. Free Registration:.. Click HERE.. Tyler, TX.. Smith County Child Abuse Proclamation Balloon Release.. Friday, April 5, 2013 at Noon.. St.. Louis Early Childhood Center.. 2800 Walton Road, Tyler, TX 75701.. Kids Fest 2013.. April 6th from 10 am -2 pm at Broadway Square Mall.. 4601 S.. Broadway Ave.. , Tyler.. Phone: (903) 561-2121.. Richmond, VA.. 10th Annual Richmond Kids' Expo.. Saturday February 23rd.. Richmond Raceway Complex Exhibit Hall.. 600 E.. Laburnum Ave.. , Richmond - PARKING IS FREE!.. 10:00 am - 4:00 PM.. Proud Partner:.. |.. The Bair Foundation Child Family Ministries is a private, nonprofit 501c3 corporation that has served children and strengthened families since 1967.. The Bair Foundation offers a myriad of family-focused programs including Therapeutic Foster Care, Emergency Foster Care, Foster-to-Adopt, Adoption, Intensive In-Home Family Services, Kinship, Outpatient Services, Diagnostic Services, Independent Living Services, B.. E.. S.. T.. for Families, and Crisis Intervention Services.. The Bair Foundation Child Family Ministries is accredited by the Council on Accrediation and the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.. Additionally, The Bair Foundation receives funding from the States of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, New Mexico, the Texas Department of Regulatory Services, as well as funding from private donations.. The Bair Foundation Child Family Ministries National Office | 241 High Street, New Wilmington, PA 16142 | 800.. 543.. 7058 |.. info@bair.. org.. Fundraising Disclosure.. © 2012 The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries, CFSMC.. Privacy Statement.. Terms Of Use..

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  • Title: Welcome to The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries | Christian Foster Care | Foster-to-Adopt | Family Services
    Descriptive info: miércoles, 13 de febrero de 2013.. Copyright 2013 by DotNetNuke Corporation..

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  • Title: Welcome to The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries | Christian Foster Care | Foster-to-Adopt | Family Services
    Descriptive info: Registro.. Iniciar.. Inicio.. Copyright 2012 Bair Child & Family Ministries, CFSMC.. Política de privacidad.. Términos de uso..

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  • Title: Welcome to The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries | Christian Foster Care | Foster-to-Adopt | Family Services
    Descriptive info: *Note:.. Membership to this website is Public.. Once your account information has been submitted, you will be immediately granted access to the website environment.. All fields marked with a red arrow are required.. -.. (.. Note:.. - Registration may take several seconds.. Once you click the Register button please wait until the system responds.. ).. Indicates required fields.. User Name:.. Enter a username.. It must be at least five characters long alphanumeric value.. Password:.. Confirm Password:.. Re-Enter the password to confirm you typed it correctly.. Display Name:.. Provide a Display Name.. Email Address:.. Enter a valid Email address.. Cancel..

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    Descriptive info: Username:.. Remember Login.. Retrieve Password..

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  • Title: Welcome to The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries | Christian Foster Care | Foster-to-Adopt | Family Services
    Descriptive info: There are over 400,000 children in the US foster care system..

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  • Title: Children Eligible for Adoption
    Descriptive info: Answer the Call.. In the United States there are over 400,000 children and teens in the foster care system.. How could you possibly make a real impact on such a daunting need? By sharing your life, faith, and your home with an abused child or teen, you can bring lasting change, provide restoration and rebuild trust while teaching children to love others and themselves.. Each child is a precious gift of God.. By recognizing this, and planting a seed of hope in the life of a child who has never known hope, you become a living, breathing testimony of the unconditional love of Jesus Christ.. By answering "the call" and being faithful to the door God has opened to you, you will have an opportunity to not only fulfill your  ...   Please say Yes.. Childhood Doesn't Wait.. Prayerfully consider becoming a champion for a hurting child or teen.. Interested in learning more about the mission field foster care or adoption?.. Please fill out the following information and a foster care specialist will contact you.. To learn more about foster parent qualifications, required training, support services, and what Bair can offer, please visit our.. Frequently Asked Questions.. To financially support foster children,.. please donate.. Videos.. There is no better time than now to become a foster parent.. because childhood doesn't wait.. The Call is unmistakable.. Learn more about the great need for foster parents and God's command for every Christian to help.. Bair Foster Parents Thaddeus Lisa Quinn explain what it is like to be new foster parents, and what you can expect..

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  • Title: The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries > Home > Become a Foster Parent > Frequent Questions
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's).. 1.. What is foster care?.. Foster care is the temporary placement of children outside of their own homes.. It occurs because of abuse, neglect, or other family problems.. When possible, the Department of Children and Family Services and other agencies work with families to reunite them.. When that's not possible, measures are taken to identify adoption resources -- or prepared for independent life.. 2.. What is Respite?.. Respite care is the short-term care of a very dependent or difficult child which enables the parents - birth, foster or adoptive - to take a break.. Some children's needs require round-the-clock intensive care and parents can soon become burned out.. Respite fostering is often very rewarding, and a close relationship can grow up between families over the years.. Some Respite families have adopted their foster children.. 3.. Who can become a Foster Parent?.. Our most successful foster parents are open-minded, dependable, patient and willing to learn new parenting styles for children with different needs.. Having a flexible schedule, being tolerant of change are all important qualities for success.. You can apply to become a foster parent if you:.. Are at least 21 years old.. There is no upper age limit.. Are married or single.. Must be married for at least one year.. Have sufficient income to meet your own family s needs.. Pass a criminal background check.. Are a U.. Citizen.. 4.. Do I need to own my own home?.. No, however, each child in foster care must have his or her own bed.. 5.. Can I still work?.. Yes, as long as you provide adequate child care arrangements that meet state regulations while you are at work.. 6.. Is there financial assistance available?.. Foster parents receive a monthly care allowance to feed, clothe and meet the material needs of the children placed in their care.. Extra compensation is available for special needs children.. Per diem rates vary according to the needs of the child and/or the agency that holds the license.. 7.. Does a foster family get to decide if a child is a good match?.. Once the Intake Department has identified a match for the referral, the foster family will have an opportunity to confidentially review information about the referred individual.. If the family is interested in pursuing the placement, then a face to face meeting for the family and the foster care referral is set up.. If all goes well and all parties involved feel that the match has the potential for success, the placement is made.. 8.. Does the child have medical insurance?.. Each foster child gets a medical card from the state that guarantees payment for all necessary medical care and preventive medicine.. You will be given a number to call to get help in selecting a physician for a child placed with you.. The medical card is also accepted by many hospitals and for approved prescriptions.. You should not pay  ...   to the trainings, an in-depth home study must be completed, along with interviews,references, CPR/First Aid and a criminal background check.. 14.. How long does it take to get a foster child?.. Because the need for foster homes is so great, placement may happen soon after the family is certified if a match can be made.. The Bair Foundation is mindful of the limited experience when making the first few placements and provides additional support.. 15.. Can we take our foster child on vacation with us?.. In most cases, yes.. But if it involves out-of-state travel, you must call your child's caseworker in advance for approval.. 16.. Can foster children go to church with us?.. Yes.. Usually, you will get children whose religious background is similar to your own.. But if a foster child is of a different faith, he or she must be allowed to attend worship in that faith.. 17.. Do a child s birth parents visit him or her?.. The Bair Foundation works to maintain contact between a child and his biological family.. In most cases, visits between parents and children are an essential part of the efforts to reunite families.. The child's caseworker has the primary responsibility for planning visits and arranging supervision, if required.. The caseworker will talk with you and the child's parents to work out the time and location of the visits.. 18.. Can we adopt our foster child?.. The first goal is to return foster children to their biological families when that is possible.. However, if a foster child who has been in your home for some time becomes available for adoption, you can discuss your interest in adopting him or her with the caseworker.. At that time, you would have to meet all of the regular requirements for becoming an adoptive parent.. Many foster parents begin fostering with the intent on adopting a child.. 19.. Won t it be hard on us when the foster child returns home or is adopted?.. That is, in fact, the hardest part of being a foster parent.. You will certainly feel sad for a time.. It's only natural -- just as it's natural for your foster daughter or son to want a family of his or her own.. But there will always be new foster children who will need your care and affection.. There is happiness in knowing that a child or teen was able to reunite with their family, and as foster parents you helped to make that happen.. Many children have a deep desire to reunite with their biological families.. 20.. How long does a child stay in a foster home?.. This varies depending on the needs of the child and the circumstances of his or her placement.. Some children are returned home after only a few months; others after a year or so.. Sometimes, children who can t go home become eligible for adoption; others remain in foster care until age 18..

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  • Title: The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries > Home > Become a Foster Parent > Inquiry Form
    Descriptive info: YES! I want to learn more.. If you believe that the Lord is calling you to serve as a full-time, part-time foster or even a foster-to-adopt parent, please take the time to fill out and submit the following form.. Your information will be forwarded to the office closest to you.. You will soon be receiving an information packet in the mail, as well as a phone call from the office nearest you.. If you are interested in having a Bair foster care specialist present the foster care need to your church group, please let us know.. In order to become certified as a foster or foster-to-adopt parent, you will be required to attend several training classes, undergo a criminal background check and participate in a home study process.. Our Foster Parent Training classes are held regularly throughout the year.. The information you receive from us will also include the dates of our scheduled training and an invitation to attend.. Title.. Mr.. Mrs.. Ms.. Rev.. Dr.. First Name.. Middle Initial.. Last Name.. Suffix.. Sr.. Jr.. Address.. Address 2.. City.. State.. Alabama..  ...   interested in.. Full time Foster Care.. Part time Foster Care (Respite).. Foster to Adopt.. Having Bair speak in my church.. Best Time to Reach Me.. Morning.. Afternoon.. Evening.. How did you hear about us.. Bair Foster Parent.. Bair Adoptive Parent.. Church Presentation.. Internet Search.. Word of Mouth.. Radio.. Billboard.. Print Ad.. Job Board.. Bair office closest to me.. Kentucky - Lexington.. New Mexico - Albuquerque.. New Mexico - Las Cruces.. North Carolina - Asheville.. North Carolina - Wilmington.. Ohio - Cleveland.. Ohio - Columbus.. Ohio - Dayton.. Ohio- Kent.. Oklahoma - McAlester.. Oklahoma - Oklahoma City.. Oklahoma - Tulsa.. Pennsylvania - Altoona.. Pennsylvania - Erie.. Pennsylvania - New Wilmington.. Pennsylvania - Harrisburg.. Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh.. South Carolina - Charleston.. South Carolina - Columbia.. South Carolina - Greenville.. Texas - Amarillo.. Texas - Austin.. Texas - Dallas.. Texas - El Paso.. Texas - Harlingen.. Texas - Lubbock.. Texas - Lufkin.. Texas - San Antonio.. Texas - Tyler.. Virginia - Chesapeake.. Virginia - Richmond.. None Listed.. My Home Church is.. Security Code.. Enter the code shown above in the box below.. Submit..

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  • Title: Adoption
    Descriptive info: We are all.. Adopted.. "He predestined.. us for adoption to sonship through Jesus Christ, in accordance with his pleasure.. and will" -Ephesians 1:5 NIV.. Yes, there is a difference between foster care and foster-to-adopt.. Foster care provides children and teens that have been separated from their parents or guardians usually because of abuse or neglect with a temporary home.. Sometimes, there is a potential to adopt your foster child.. If you are interested in pursuing adoption through foster care, you can have a pre-adoptive status within our foster care agency.. In a foster-to-adopt placement, a child or teen is placed in a home before the child s biological parents or guardians rights have been legally terminated.. Many times, while a child is in a foster home, they become eligible for adoption.. Because of their commitment to the children placed in their home,many of our families that have been certified for foster care, make  ...   to move toward permanency.. An adoptive home study and child profile is completed for foster children already in the Bair Foundation foster program.. We set the lonely in families because He first set us in H.. is!.. Services Provided.. Family Profiles.. Medically Needy Adoptions.. Self-Pay (Pennsylvania only).. To request more information,.. please fill out an inquiry form.. For information on foster-to-adopt.. Foster teen Joe Bartlett was adopted two days before his 18th birthday - the day he would have aged-out of the foster care system.. Prayerfully consider opening your heart and home to an older child or teen.. Video Footage: A Bair Foundation Family as seen on ABC's The View, which aired on November 28, 2006.. Copyright American Broadcasting's Companies, Inc.. Pastor, author and educator Francis Chan advocates for Adoption.. because Christians are adopted into God's family!.. Bair Foster Adoptive Parents Ben Julie McCauley share their foster-to-adopt experience with a sibling group of three..

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  • Title: The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries > Home > Join our Network
    Descriptive info: Grow our Mission: Mergers Acquisitions.. Guided by our long-range plan, The Bair Foundation actively seeks compatible merger partners and acquisitions that are like-minded and like-missioned to extend our continuum of care.. Joining forces will increase our ability to provide healthy outcomes for more foster youth and at-risk families..  ...   part of the network ministry managed by The Bair Foundation, please feel free to contact us:.. The Bair Foundation.. National Office.. 241 High Street.. New Wilmington, PA 16142.. Phone (800) 543-7058.. Fax (724) 946-9612.. Agency or Organization Name.. Address 1.. Massachusetts.. Mississippi.. Missouri.. Phone Number.. Email.. Your Comments..

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