GIVE LOCAL CHILDREN A BRIGHT FUTURE
Children in our care need to be cared for by local foster carers. We need more Plymouth City Council foster carers. We are a not for profit fostering provision. We provide training and development, and care about our foster carers and are growing our Plymouth foster carer family.
We welcome the opportunity to have a Foster for Plymouth conversation with residents of Plymouth and surrounding area who come from all walks of life. We know that its love, care and time that creates the environment for our children in care to grow and flourish.
We welcome all enquiries and communication details are provided on the website as to how you can make contact with us here at the Foster for Plymouth Recruitment Team. Once you have made contact we will have a conversation with you as to next steps in your Foster for Plymouth journey!
Are you thinking of becoming a foster carer with Plymouth City Council?
We’re always keen to hear from people who are starting to think they could help us provide care and stability in a child’s life.
Our foster carers make a real difference to the lives of many children and young people by providing a family care experience to those children who cannot live safely in their own family circumstances. Because of foster carers, our most vulnerable children in our care have the security and experience of a family and are well taken care of.
We’re waiting to hear from you. So are OUR children.
As part of the Fostering Network’s national ‘Sons and Daughter’s Month’, Plymouth City Council is highlighting the valuable role the sons and daughters of foster carers play.
‘Our vision is to put children and young people at the heart of practice by engaging them within a framework of participation, consultation and involvement which enables their views, voices and experiences...
Plymouth City Council’s “Skills to Foster” is an interactive and entertaining programme which gives applicants the opportunity to learn how to be trauma-informed and therapeutic foster carers.
When our 5 children were young we always discussed how we would like to foster once the youngest became more independent. Four years ago it felt right. Matt had always worked with children...
I am a single foster carer with two sons age 21 and 17. My mum lives with us in a self-contained annexe within our home and between us, we have 3 dogs. I work in a school term time only.
Fostering involves the wider community and family and Foster Grandad Roy is just that. He has an amazing allotment here in Plymouth and for over 12 years has been having school children and his daughter’s...