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It takes a village

As a provider, your role in finding families willing to help heal trauma, give children a home, and model safety is integral to providing what every child deserves: to grow up knowing how to identify healthy love and belonging.

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Provider resources in Region 4

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Request for Proposals

Adoption and Foster Family Recruitment Services

4Kids4Families is requesting proposals for adoption and foster family recruitment in the Piney Woods of Region 4. Qualified organizations are not required to be licensed agencies but should be able to demonstrate a vested stakeholder interest in the Region 4 community, proficient in marketing, advertising, information distribution, impact reporting, networking, and education and support of prospective foster or adoptive families. This is an open request and open format for proposals as 4Kids4Families is continually seeking new innovative partners for our community-based care initiatives.

Contracts are based on funding availability. If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please complete the online provider application or contact info@4kids4families.org for more information.

Open date: 5:00pm CST, Monday, December 11, 2023

Closing date: Open

Reportable Incidents Include:

  • Death of a child
  • Child is in a life-threatening situation
  • A significant change in a child’s medical condition
  • Psychiatric hospitalization
  • A child who is missing from care and placed on the Amber Alert system returns to care
  • Natural disasters where children are displaced
  • Suicide attempts
  • Injuries requiring medical treatment including psychiatric hospitalization
  • Runaway incidents
  • A caregiver/staff member or child contracts a communicable disease
  • Commission of a Crime, including those committed by youth or crimes occur at a home or facility in which youth are placed
  • Allegations of abuse, neglect or abusive treatment
  • A child’s abuse, neglect, or exploitation.
  • Allegation and/or confirmed child-on-child physical and/or sexual abuse.