Fostering in Warrington
Warrington is a town in the north-west of England situated on the banks of the Mersey, approximately 20 miles from both Liverpool to the east and Manchester to the west.
Many of the children who become part of the community for fostering in Warrington have come from difficult and traumatic backgrounds. These children need support and dedication to help them rebuild their lives so that they can enter adult life as confident, self-fulfilled individuals who can make a significant contribution to their local community.
We are a small Warrington fostering agency and are dedicated to assisting both the children in care and the foster parents who take them into their homes. Fostering can take place on many levels and our small size means that we are able to give plenty of support to help foster parents with any situation that may arise.
The different types of fostering available include therapeutic fostering, short-term/respite fostering, long-term fostering, emergency placements and parent and child fostering. You will be able to talk to our friendly team to help you decide which option would be most suitable.
As a Warrington foster care agency, we are interested in the well-being of both the children and our carers. If you are considering becoming a foster parent, you need to be over the age of 25, have an individual room available in the house for each child – unless they are same-sex siblings – and be able to offer round-the-clock care. You also need to be in good health and CRB checked; in addition, you need to be understanding, patient and have plenty of energy.