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We assist caregivers in meeting the specific challenges associated with foster, adoptive and kinship care.
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Fun Events

Foster, adoptive and kinship care families have challenging yet rewarding roles. Help us support the community by participating in our fun events.
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News & Developments

CAFAF strives to provide the most up-to-date information regarding foster care, adoption and kinship care for the families that we serve. In addition we post information that may be of a benefit to child welfare professionals and the entire community.
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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.

Become a Foster Parent Call 888-Kid-Hero

At CAFAF we work with DCF to find foster families who provide safe, caring homes for children while DCF and the courts plan for the children’s futures. To learn more call 888-Kid-Hero

Training

CAFAF supports a number of foster and adoptive training opportunities to help develop your core competencies. CAFAF Post-Licensing Module Classes, CAFAF Conference Series, CPR Classes and Foster Parent College.

Support

Helping to meet the unique needs of foster, adoptive and kinship care children by supporting their caregiver families. Along with Advocacy & Outreach which aims to help develop communities that also support caregiver families.

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.

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Level Up Camp 2017

For teenagers and young adults ages 16 to 21 with
disabilities, including those who are blind or have
visual impairments, and are interested in acquiring
pre-employment transition skills.

Click here for more information. 

The Channel 3 Sibling Connections Camp Program

 

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Sep 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sea Tea Improv Offering Free Comedy Workshop and Performance
Sea Tea Improv Offering Free Comedy Workshop and Performance to Foster and Adoptive Families The 6 p.m. Workshop and 7:30 p.m. Performance is free to foster and adoptive families and CAFAF staff. To Register Click[...]