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Resource
County
Type
Description
Children's Aid Society
Potter
Adoption
Children's Aid Society provides professional services throughout central Pennsylvania through many different program areas including: Adoption & Foster Care, Child Care & Early Learning, Youth Mentoring, Family Support Services. Their mission is to “identify and provide services to improve the lives of children and their families.” They have been serving local families since 1890 and last year, their services helped 1,420 children and adults.
Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO)
Potter
Foster Care, Adoption
The Christian Alliance for Orphans unites more than 200 respected organizations and 850+ church members. Our joint initiatives inspire and equip Christians to effectively live out the Bible’s call to care for orphans and vulnerable children.
Pennsylvania State Resource Family Association
Potter
Foster Care, Adoption, Mentorship
PSRFA advocates for all those who care about children and their families. We work supportively with foster, adoptive, and kinship families, and with local foster parent associations and agencies who care for the children they serve.
Potter County Children & Youth Services
Potter
Foster Care, Adoption, Independent Living, County Agency
Children and Youth Services (CYS) works to protect children and youth (infancy through age 17) from neglect and abuse; to strengthen the family unit, the most important resource for the child's well-being; and to assure a child's right to a permanent, healthy family setting (relative placement, adoption, guardianship arrangement, or other approved living arrangement) in the absence of a safe, biological family environment for the child.
SWAN: State Wide Adoption Network
Potter
Adoption
The Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN) is a partnership among the Department of Human Services (DHS), the Pennsylvania Adoption Exchange, public and private adoption agencies, organizations, advocates, judges, the legal community, and foster and adoptive parents.
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