Fostering in Sussex, Brighton and Hove.
You could make a difference to a child’s life by becoming a foster carer in Sussex.
Could you give time, patience, warmth and love to young people who cannot live with their own families?
Foster carers play a very important role in many young people’s lives and for foster carers themselves. Fostering provides an opportunity to:
- Give a child a loving and nurturing home, whether temporary or long term.
- Offer an environment for children to develop in line with the life experiences and opportunities of their friends who are not in care.
You can rent or own your own home, but you will need a spare room.
Not sure if you will be suitable? Just ask us, or you can check our frequently asked questions page.
“How did you get so good at being a Dad?”(5 year old who has been living with his foster family for 3 years)
What foster parents are saying…
“We have met and supported very many young people of all ages and to be able to give them reassurance, stability, security and love is so rewarding.”
“I do have to say, as a foster carer, the lows are small and the highs outweigh all of it.“
“The children we are asked to care for really need something back in life because they have been through so much pain, trauma and upheaval.”
“I have a great team around me to support me to fulfil my role as a foster carer.”
“A professional agency to work for. The team is very thorough and always on hand if a problem should occur.“
“Fostering is a very rewarding job, In fact, I don’t call it a job I call it a way of life for us because it’s the way that we love to live our lives able to make a difference to many young people.”
Check out our Foster Parent’s blog page for more real life stories of what it’s like to foster children with Regional Foster Families.
We are actively looking for foster families in Sussex, Brighton and Hove. Find out more…
No matter what your question, if you have an interest in fostering in Sussex, simply fill in the form below or call: Tel: 0800 019 11 65[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]
“Children benefit from attuned and individualised support which helps them to develop skills appropriate to their age and respective stage of development…. Foster carers feel they are part of a ‘family’ within this agency”. – Ofsted.