Every year, the words REMOVED, PLACED, and CARE, have life changing meaning to thousands of Texas children.
Approximately 60,000 children were confirmed victims of child maltreatment in Texas.
In 2019, Texas DFPS (Department of Family and Protective Services) investigations of child maltreatment resulted in 18, 615 children being removed from their families and placed in substitute care.
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Children REMOVED and PLACED in CARE, HOPE for home!
Divinity Family Services:
Foster Care, grow HOPE, always Serve.
Divinity Family Services is a 501(c) (3) non-profit child placing agency dedicated to providing HOPE and HEALING to children who have been REMOVED and PLACED in foster CARE.
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Divinity believes strongly that children who have been REMOVED should be PLACED with relative caregivers when it is possible and safe. Thus, we invest significant time and resources to support kinship caregivers to successfully fulfill their mission to care for relative children. Learn more about kinship care
When it is not possible for children to be placed with friends or family members, Child Protective Services (CPS) seeks an unrelated foster family. Divinity provides HOPE by licensing TBRI trained, safe, and loving foster families. Would you like to be equipped to meet the needs of children who need HOPE and HEALING? Learn more about becoming a foster parent
The goal for children placed in substitute CARE is to be reunified with their parents, but when this does not happen, another permanent living arrangement is needed. Related or unrelated caregivers may seek to adopt. Learn more about adoption