Nebraska Children’s Home Society strives to find qualified families for children who have “special needs.” Placement of children with extra medical needs, older children, sibling groups and foster children are often considered children with “special needs.”
Nebraska Children’s Home Society does work with pregnant and/or parenting parents whose child or children may be a child with “special needs.” Typically, children who are placed through NCHS’s domestic adoption program are healthy newborns. However, families are needed in those situations where a child may have extra medical needs, is older, is part of a sibling group or is a child who has been in foster care. If you are interested in learning more about this, please contact the Adoption Intake Coordinator, Kim Schenkelberg at 2Adopt@nchs.org or firstname.lastname@example.org or at 402-451-0787.
The Nebraska Children’s Home Society Foster Care Program has a need for foster families willing to take children who are older, may be part of a sibling group, or who have a medical condition. While the eventual goal for children in foster care is reunification between the children and their birth families, families are needed to provide a home for children during this process.
What Should You Do Next?
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a foster parent through Nebraska Children’s Home Society, or if you have questions about our Foster Care program, please contact us at email@example.com or call our Omaha office listed below.
3549 Fontenelle Blvd
Omaha, NE 68104