Family

Family

Children thrive when rooted in safe, loving homes. Every child needs and deserves the meaningful, lifelong connections of a permanent, loving family -- connections referred to by child welfare professionals as permanency. Seneca provides an array of permanency-focused programs and services to help ensure that every child has a safe and loving place to call home. Our continuum of permanency programs include foster care and adoption, relative kinship care, and family finding. Developed and practiced over the past three decades, Seneca's evidence-informed permanency programs help ensure that each and every child, no matter how challenging their needs and circumstances, has a family to support and nurture them through childhood and into adulthood.

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Become a Parent

There are more than 60,000 children in foster care in California. Some will return to their birth families, but many rely on agencies like Seneca to find a safe home and a loving family that will be there for life.

Become a Parent

Permanency Programs

Seneca Family of Agencies, incorporating the programs of Kinship Center and Canyon Acres, provides a wide array of permanency focused programs and services to help ensure that every child has a safe and loving place to call home. At Seneca we believe that stable, loving family is fundamental to a child's health and happiness. We support families of all types through the following programs to ensure that no kid goes it alone. Services include:

  • Adoption
  • Foster Care
  • Family Finding
  • Relative Notification Services
  • Relative Caregiver Support/Family Ties
  • Guardianship

Families that were separated at the border have endured unfathomable trauma, the ramifications of which may be lifelong. In this moment, more than ever, we need your support. Seneca's Todo Por Mi Familia initiative connects thousands of families impacted by the Zero Tolerance Policy with free mental health services. Donate today to provide emergency relief to these families who need assistance to get back on their feet.

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