Equipping and encouraging families through engagement of the church and community
Equipped and encouraged families are successful families.
Parenting can be difficult. Foster families, adoptive families, and families in crisis often find parenting exponentially more difficult. We’re engaging the local church and the Brevard County community to offer support.
Safe, stable families for vulnerable children are our ultimate goal.
You might not be called to foster or adopt, but chances are there is a way that you can support children and families who need the encouragement of their community.
How can your church help?
Wrapping foster and adoptive families in support and stepping in to assist biological families in crisis are intentional and practical ways for your church to fulfill God’s call to care for vulnerable children.
The foster and adoptive families in your congregation and in your neighborhood need your prayers, your encouragement, your help.
Children and families in crisis who live right in your church’s neighborhood need you to step into action in order to help keep their families intact.
Your church can make a difference for these families.
Foster and adoptive families are always in need of practical support! Cleaning supplies, diapers, frozen meals, gift cards, paper products, board games … rally the members of your organization to collect items for families in your community who need to know you’re in their corner.
The Get Too Attached programs that work in partnership with churches, organizations, and ministries, as well as those that provide peer-to-peer and trauma-informed training, are now here as Equipped & Encouraged!
We look forward to continuing to work side-by-side with local families, the church, and community!
Equipped & Encouraged is committed to providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all foster parents and all the children in their care. With this in mind, Equipped & Encouraged does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, or sexual orientation, in the participation in its activities or in the providing of its services.