HOPE Foster Care & Adoption
The Turbevilles grew from a family of five to a forever family of twelve through HOPE.
Click here to read their story!
“We have a community in HOPE Foster Care & Adoption. The level of help and support is amazing! HOPE provides this level of support where they know my needs before I even know them sometimes.”
Melanie, Foster Parent
“So many kids need a loving, stable, and healthy home… It’s a blessing to be able to call them ours. There’s lots of love to go around! HOPE has been so helpful.”
Krystal, Adoptive Parent
If you would like to become a foster or adoptive parent with HOPE
please fill out our contact form.
About HOPE Foster Care & Adoption
HOPE Foster Care & Adoption is the private, faith-based foster care and adoption program of The Methodist Home.
The goal of HOPE Foster Care & Adoption is to recruit, train, and support caregivers as they provide children and youth with emotional and physical safety. The experienced, professional team of case workers at HOPE Foster Care & Adoption provides caregivers with intensive training to help build their skills and confidence in parenting children who have experienced trauma.
HOPE Foster Care & Adoption case workers are always available, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to offer support and encouragement. They also join in the celebrations of the children served through HOPE.
What is Foster Care?
Foster care is meant to be a temporary service for children who are not currently able to live with their families. Children and families in need of foster care services have experienced trauma and significant loss and require help as they work toward reunification.
Through HOPE Foster Care & Adoption, foster parents complete specialized training and are supported to meet the needs of children who have experienced trauma. Foster parents are also equipped with the tools and skills needed as they support birth families on the road to reunification.
What is Adoption?
Adoption is the process by which a child legally becomes a member of the family.
HOPE Foster Care & Adoption recruits potential adoptive parents to serve children who have had a difficult time finding their forever family. Children awaiting adoptive families through HOPE Foster Care & Adoption include:
- Large sibling groups of three or more
- Children with unique behavioral and emotional needs
Sadly, children within these categories are often overlooked by prospective adoptive parents and can linger in foster care for years.
Interested in becoming a foster or adoptive parent?
Learn about our process today!
Become a Foster or Adoptive Parent
If you would like more information on fostering or adopting with HOPE Foster Care & Adoption, please fill out our contact form.
Join us for an Orientation
HOPE Foster Care and Adoption offers interested caregivers the opportunity to learn more about our foster care and adoption programs. Our meetings take place virtually every month. Register for our next meeting today!
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Director of HOPE Foster Care & Adoption
Beth Greene began working with HOPE Foster Care & Adoption during the program’s initial years, in 2004. She worked as the Resource Developer for HOPE for five years, before transitioning to the Visitation Program with Lighthouse for Families. After serving as a Family Coach in the Visitation Program for four years, Beth left The Methodist Home to add to her family and pursue her Master’s Degree. Upon completion of her Master’s Degree in 2017, Beth returned to The Methodist Home to serve as the Director of HOPE Foster Care.
HOPE Foster Care & Adoption, a program of The Methodist Home of The South Georgia Conference, Inc., is a licensed Georgia Child Placing Agency through the Georgia Department of Human Services, Residential Child Care Licensing Unit, license number CPFC001069.