Who We Are
Place of Hope Treasure Coast
In the Treasure Coast, we are responding to the greatest needs of the community through our traditional foster care program, recruiting people of faith to partner with our mission and assist them in becoming licensed foster families. This program, called Homes of Hope, trains and licenses families, enabling them to take placement of foster children, ranging from newborns to teens, into their own home. Additionally, through community outreach and volunteers, we are able to provide wrap around services to support these families.
By providing stable, loving family environments, nurturing growth, opportunities, and education, we are equipping at-risk children and youth with the tools they need to succeed; thus significantly reducing their chances of becoming homeless or being victimized by human trafficking.
Restoring hope for abused children
- 963 Children Under DCF Supervision
- 600 Children Removed From Their Homes
- 252 Children Placed Into Licensed Care
- 138 Children in Traditional Foster Homes
- 114 Children Placed Out of Circuit
- 36 Children Who Were Removed Last Month
- 159 Foster Homes Available
- 57 Independent Living, Aged-Out Youth
FOSTER A CHILD
Interested in becoming a foster parent? See upcoming orientations and learn more about the process!
You can help us foster hope through our getting involved! Whether it’s a one day or an annual commitment, the opportunities are endless!
An easy way to support Place of Hope, while having fun, is to attend an upcoming event! See events and learn how you can host your own!
After his mom lost her job, Dorson was living on the streets but never gave up hope. Read more of Dorson’s and other stories.
“I align my family with Place of Hope because I see the support they offer their foster families and the level of excellence they use in everything they do. I also love they are faith based and train families on Godly principles.“
Cristy Brown, Angel Mom, Sea of Hope Co-Chair