Foster Care Programs

Every child matters. Every story is unique. So is our model of care.

At Palmer Home, we believe in meeting every individual we encounter right where they are. That’s why we’ve created an organization with multiple temporary and long-term foster care programs designed to serve as many children and families as possible.


Children live on campus in a Christ-centered family atmosphere connected to trustworthy adults and supported as they grow and develop.

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Through our Foster Care program, children receive support and the connection of a family through Palmer Home’s certified foster families.

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Infants of mothers in prison receive nurturing care with the goal of reunification. Staff and caregivers also offer support for mothers in prison and after release.

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Young adults receive guidance and coaching designed to build educational, career and life skills needed for independence.

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Restoration & Reunification

For children in our Campus Care program, reunification with their biological family is always a priority for restoration and healing.

Nurturing Love & Connection

In homes with Christ at the center, Palmer Home foster families show the love of God through their care and support.

300+ Children Served Last Year Alone

In 2022, Palmer Home served more than 300 children through our four core service lines.

Refer a Child

A Safe Haven for Infants

Palmer Home Family Care provides nurturing care to infants of incarcerated mothers with the goal of reunification.

No “Aging Out” of Foster Care at Palmer Home

No child should “age out” of foster care with no family and no resources. Palmer Home’s Transitional Care helps young men and women ages 18-24 prepare for adulthood.

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