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Foster care - starting your journey

Foster care - starting your journey

Thank you for your interest in becoming a foster carer with AnglicareSA. We’re here to help you understand what it means to be a foster carer, and what to...

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The most common foster care questions answered

The most common foster care questions answered

Becoming a foster carer is a life-changing experience for you, your family and the children who come into your care but until you’ve experienced it, it’s hard...

The biggest myths about becoming a foster carer

The biggest myths about becoming a foster carer

The biggest myths about becoming a foster carer

There are many ways to support a child in need of a safe and loving home. From providing care on an occasional weekend, through to ongoing, long-term support, foster...

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I'm ready to become a foster carer - what next?

I'm ready to become a foster carer - what next?

So you’ve made the decision to become a foster carer. Congratulations, it’s often this first step that is most difficult. Caring for a child in need is one of...

Support for carers

Support for carers

Support for AnglicareSA foster care families, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Independent Living and Support (Youth 180)

Independent Living and Support (Youth 180)

Our Youth 180 program is a safe place where young people can grow and develop into confident adults.

Supporting young people

Supporting young people's rights

Supporting young people's rights

All children and young people living in out-of-home care have rights — the right to feel safe, to be heard, and to tell someone if they’re unhappy. AnglicareSA...