Ready to start the process of becoming a licensed foster parent?
You have decided that a role in foster care is a calling. You have felt the tug to care for those who have no one to care for them. Your question is, "What role am I to play in the family of individuals who serve together on behalf of children?" For some, this may mean becoming a licensed foster parent. For others, it means opening your home to become a licensed respite provider. You may wish to become a foster parent through our Transitional Foster Care for Unaccompanied Children program.
There are many roles available to those families or individuals who want to help children. Click here for some ways to help. There are over 300 children in need of a foster home in the state of South Carolina. We are here to walk alongside you as you care for these precious children.
South Carolina: If you live in the Upstate or Midlands area of South Carolina, contact Stephanie Holland at 910-619-0723 or SHolland@LSCarolinas.net. If you live in the Low Country area of South Carolina, contact Brian Evanger at 843-885-4492; or BEvanger@LSCarolinas.net. If you live in the PeeDee Region including Rock Hill, Lancaster, and Myrtle Beach areas of South Carolina, contact Amy McColl at (843) 487-7225 or email@example.com. If you would live in the Columbia area and want to learn more about our Transitional Foster Care for Unaccompanied Children program, you can call 803-849-4009 or email UCinfo@lscarolinas.net. You can also find information about this program here.
: In the Charlotte, NC area, contact Geoffrey Brooks at 704-940-3328 or GBrooks@lscarolinas.net.
In the Raleigh, NC area, contact Carmen Abreu-Riley at (919) 861-2804 or CAbreu-Riley@lscarolinas.net
For inquiries about IAFT (Intensive Alternative Family Treatment), contact Timothy Jones at (757) 358-1575 or TJones@LSCarolinas.net.