BCFS HHS provides matching services for potential adoptive parents to ensure each child is a good fit for the home. With the aid of a case manager and BCFS program staff, adoptive parents are able to effortlessly navigate through the adoption process. BCFS works to facilitate the adoption and act as a liason on parents’ behalves.
BCFS Health and Human Services works with the State of Texas and the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement to match caring adults with children who need a home. Children are placed in foster homes because they have been removed from their own families due to abuse, neglect or other issues that endanger their safety. Other children in our care are from foreign countries and placed in foster care as they await the federal government’s decision on how best to reunite them with their families.
Project HOPES: Healthy Outcomes Through Prevention & Early Support
The goal of Project HOPES is to provide flexible, community-based programs to support families with young children 0-5 years of age to overcome any barriers they might be facing.
Head Start is a national program that promotes school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children by providing educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to enrolled children and families.
Services to At Risk Youth (STAR)
The Services to At-Risk Youth (STAR) program aims to reduce family conflict and prevent the problems of delinquent behaviors, runaway, truancy and child abuse by helping youths and their families learn to resolve crises and develop coping and parenting skills.
Fatherhood EFFECT is a parenting education course that uses the 24/7 Dad curriculum, which teaches the characteristics of a good father, like masculinity, discipline and work-family balance. Find out how to:
- Resolve conflict and improve communication in your family
- Improve your children’s behavior problems
- Deal with complicated emotions
- Overcome issues of aggression, alcohol and violence