CAFAF Outreach Coordinator, Krystal Hernandez, spoke with WSFBNews, on their Great Day segment. Thank you to Marcy Jones @marseebee for interviewing and the lovely anchors, Nicole Nalepa @nicolenalepatv and Scot Haney @scot.haney.3.
We Strive to Make a Difference
The Connecticut Alliance of Foster and Adoptive Families (CAFAF) makes a difference in the lives of foster, adoptive and relative caregivers by providing support, training, and advocacy. The Alliance works in partnership with child welfare professionals and the entire community to nurture child safety, well being, and stability.
Donate to Foster and Adoptive Families
Monetary contributions to CAFAF will directly support our mission. The donations go toward a variety of needs for the organizations and the families we serve. Monetary donations work well for individuals who want to help but don’t have a lot of time to volunteer.
A Sincere Thank You From Our Staff!
The staff of the Connecticut Alliance of Foster and Adoptive Families (CAFAF) want to THANK YOU for ALL YOU DO!!!
October 13, 2022
NBC News Article: This state's foster care population has dropped by a third since 2019. What happened?
Visit https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/connecticut-reduced-foster-care-population-third-2019-rcna51876 to view news article and video.
Voluntary Care Management Program
The voluntary Care Management program serves families and youth with serious emotional challenges, mental illness and / or substance use disorders.
The goal is to support families by increasing their access to care.