Foster Homes Needed Now
If you would be interested in acting as a foster parent to a teenage brother or sister in Ann Arbor. the time is right. Catholic Social Services and the Juvenile Court are desperately in need of homes where teenagers can be placed, either on a short-term or long-term basis. Single adults and alternative living situations, such as communal households, can qualify. Being a foster parent means sharing your home and love with a local young person, and helping them to get on. Foster children are between the ages of 12 and 17, and having a foster home to go to can mean the difference between living in a supportive, positive home environment, or sitting in a cell in the Juvenile Home. To apply for a foster parent license, or just to check out what it involves, contact Margaret Flannery at Catholic Social Services. 662-4534.