Foster and Adoptive Families of Larimer County was incorporated in 1985 and is a 501c(3) non-profit organization.

FAFLC is a 100% volunteer operated organization

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Our Purpose

 

The Purpose of Foster and Adoptive Families of Larimer County shall be to promote and improve the welfare of children, with special interest to foster, kinship, guardianship, and adoptive children in Larimer County, Colorado.

 

  • Provide education, training and support for foster, kinship, guardianship and adoptive parents and support staff enabling them to understand and meet the physical, psychological and emotional needs of children in their care.

  • Promote communication between foster parents, parents of children in foster care and agency personnel, so each may better understand the others role in the placement of foster children and the associated issues. 

  • Promote public relations so the general public better understands the foster and adoptive parenting and by doing so, improve the image of foster care in the community as well as the image of the adoptive child and encourage adoption within the community. 

  • Continue to advocate for issues that are in the best interest of children.

How do I Become a Member?

Click the link above to get started and become a member today. Start accessing all the benefits and supports that FAFLC has to offer. If you have any question email us today

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