Recruitment is an ongoing undertaking. Our goal is to always look for best fit between a child
and a home that can best meet that child’s needs.
Our licensing and training departments work hand-in-hand together, to ensure a smooth and expedited process.
At Wesley House, we have created an innovative approach to foster care that puts the children in our community first.
Get involved today and find out the many different ways that you can help to change a child’s future for the better.
Every day in Florida children are removed from their homes because their parents are not able to provide the love and care they need – sometimes because they didn’t learn good parenting skills; sometimes because of substance abuse, mental illness, and domestic violence; sometimes because of all of the above.
As a foster parent, you can give a child the love and security they need. You can play a significant role in helping families heal and reunite and, when that is not possible, you can help children transition to a new home and a new family.
Foster Care Licensing Coordinator
Number of Foster Children in the United States
Foster Care Brochure Download
While children are in foster care, Wesley House provides Independent Living courses in two stages, one for ages 13 through 15 and a second for ages 16 through 17, to teach them skills to help them graduate successfully to independence.The Independent Living courses assist foster youth to develop practical skills in budgeting and money management, resume preparation, job networking, banking, grocery shopping and nutritional meal reparation. Committed business and community leaders share their expertise with our foster children during these sessions.
in the Florida Keys
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