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Open your home and your heart to a child in need.
Learn about the different types of care.
Meet our Ambassador and find out why family and connection to culture is so important to him.
We’d love to speak with you – in any language! To work with an interpreter, call TIS National on 131 450 and ask them to call My Forever Family on 1300 782 975 between 9am-4:30pm.
Thousands of children across NSW need a home. You can make a difference by becoming a foster, kinship, emergency, respite, adoptive or guardian carer
We’re here to help with a range of training and resources to support your care journey, including trauma-informed support
We believe in you. Through partnerships with the state government, NGOs and the welfare sector, we work to equip and empower families to achieve better outcomes for children.
If you’re an accredited foster carer, kinship carer, guardian or adoptive parent, or staff of an accredited agency, sign up for the My Forever Family NSW Carer Portal for free.
My Forever Family NSW/Gail McCabe-Johnston, Deniliquin
Children who have been hurt by relational trauma have often missed out the critical attachment ingredients of a caregiver who is a source of comfort and joy.
My Forever Family NSW / ABSEC, Lismore
This full day workshop will explore how carers can support Aboriginal children in their care keep connected to their culture.
My Forever Family NSW / Gail McCabe-Johnston, DENILIQUIN
Join us in DENILIQUIN to explore the dynamics of adolescent development and the additional considerations for teens with a trauma history.
My Forever Family NSW want people from multicultural backgrounds to know there are children that need culturally appropriate care.
Small business owners Mark Vanderweyde and his partner, Chris, had long held the mistaken belief that being gay meant they could never be foster carers. Thankfully, after investigating further, including speaking to My Forever Family NSW, they learnt that
This year the My Forever Family NSW program will focus their ‘Grow your Pride’ campaign on encouraging the LGBTQI+ community to open their homes and their hearts to children living in the out-of-home care system. In NSW there are children in critical need
My Forever Family NSW Launch a Critical Campaign on International Day of People with Disability Focused on the Strengths of Special Needs Children.
My Forever Family NSW acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.
Our program supports the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child placement principles that aim to ensure that intervention into family life does not disconnect children from their family and culture.
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