(828) 299-1720
Fax: (844) 303-1298
2084 US-70
Swannanoa, NC 28778

Are you looking for foster care in the Buncombe County/Asheville area? We provide both traditional foster care as well as therapeutic foster care services.

Therapeutic Foster Care
Therapeutic foster care is a temporary living arrangement for abused and neglected children. These children need a highly structured and supportive living environment due to the fact that some of these children have been diagnosed with a mental health and or substance abuse diagnosis. Because of this, these children will need this service to receive the treatment and care that is required. These children may be in the custody of their parent(s) or DSS.

Family Foster Care
Family Foster Care is a temporary living arrangement for abused or neglected children. These children are under the protected custody of the local Department of Social Services (DSS) when they believe that these children are in an unsafe environment and their current families cannot take care of them. The job of the family foster parents, DSS, agency staff, and the birth family will have the goal in mind of reunification with their family. However, when reunification is not possible, foster parents will be given the opportunity to become adoptive parents.

If you want to provide these children with a loving and caring home, then please contact us today.
Debbie Smiley (828) 776 – 5228
Email: smileyd@davidsonhomes.org

Resources

Fostering Perspectives – A monthly publication dedicated to making foster care and adoption in North Carolina the best they can be.

NC Reach – This program provides college funding and support services to young people adopted from NC DSS foster care system after the age of 12 and those who age out of the system.

Healthy Kids – Is a website for free information to improve your health.

Family Support Network of NC – Promoting and providing support for families with children with special needs.

NC Foster and Parent Adoptive Association

Healthy Foster Care America Website – The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has launched this website to promote improved well-being and health for children and teens in foster care.

SaySo – Resources and connections for those connected to Foster Care in NC.