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Oregon Foster Parent Association

The Oregon Foster Parent Association (OFPA) is a statewide association operating within the foster, relative, and adoptive community in Oregon. Founded in 1996, the organization’s mission is “to empower, support, and advocate for foster, relative, and adoptive families who enrich the qualify of life for Oregon’s children.”

Foster Parent Lending Library

Free for Oregon foster, relative, and pre-adoptive parents. There are over 1,000 books including Children’s and Spanish titles. Each provider can check out three items at a time. The check out time is three weeks. Books will be mailed to you with a return address and postage paid canvas pouch.

Foster Club

A national network for young people in foster care. It provides young people in foster care an opportunity to connect and gain support from their peers.

Foster Club for Adults

Designed for the adults who support and care for youth in foster care including foster parents, caseworkers, independent living providers and other supportive adults.

FosterParents.com

Online Training Program related to working with at risk children

Casa of Jackson County

CASA volunteers give their time to change children’s lives. They are everyday citizens that judges appoint to advocate for the safety and well-being of children who are victims of parental abuse and neglect. They stand up for these children to help change their lives.

CASA volunteers listen first. Then they act. Volunteers get to know the child and talk with everyone in that child’s life—parents and relatives, foster parents, teachers, medical professionals, attorneys, social workers and others. They use the information they gather to inform judges and others of what the child needs and what will be the best permanent home for them.

Connecting Siblings in Care

Connecting Siblings in Care (PDF, 141 KB)