Thirty-three residents in just over two weeks have initiated FACS Niagara’s application process to become foster parents.
Matt Holmes speaks with Michelle Bernard from Family and Children Services Niagara about the urgent need for foster families for babies in the Niagara region.
Family and Children’s Services Niagara is in dire need for foster families — with 11 babies currently requiring a home.
Larry from The Larry Fedoruk Show at NewsTalk 610 CKTB talks to Ann Godfrey, Director of Communications with FACS Niagara, & Eve Steel, youth in care about the continuing need for foster families in Niagara.
Tim speaks with Ann Godfrey and Sean Worthington from Family and Children Services Niagara about the ongoing need for foster families in the Niagara region.
Ann Godfrey joins Joe DaRocha, Child Protection Supervisor on Newstalk CKTB – The VIP Late Lunch with Lee Sterry to discuss the ongoing need for foster families in Niagara.
The Masons have been fostering together — mom, dad and four teenaged kids — for five years. And more families are needed.
The Mason family has been fostering children together for five years.
One by one she wheels them into her living room. Three children, home from school. She lines them up in their wheelchairs, precisely, exactly side by side on the carpet facing the fireplace...
Ann Godfrey joins Port Colborne’s Chief Administrative Officer Scott Luey on Newstalk CKTB, hosted by Larry Fedoruk and speaks about foster parent recruitment.