Thank you for your interest in the Mother’s Advocacy Project, a program of the Foster Care Alliance. You will find some basic information about our program on this page, however, if you have specific questions we would be happy to talk with you. Feel free to contact our Director of Client Engagement, Autumn.
We are so grateful for the community partnerships that we have at the Foster Care Alliance and we love celebrating the great work that you are doing as well! Here is what you can expect from our program and for the client that you are referring.
Social Support - we will help your clients with finding new communities of support, enroll in GED programs, apply for jobs, find sustainable housing and more.
Trauma Assessments and Therapy - we will provide your clients with timely and thorough parental fitness assessments, trauma assessments, individual cognitive-behavioral therapy and group trauma therapy.
Education - we will provide your clients with comprehensive SafeCare© parenting classes and life skills classes (i.e financial competence, stress management, critical thinking, and personal crisis/safety plans).
Participatory Arts - we will provide your clients with scholarships to participate in a community classes such as martial arts, yoga, and dance.
Criteria for mothers in our program:
Has at least one child between the ages of 0-6. Siblings may be of any age.
Has never had a substantiated/open child cruelty charge.
Has no violent criminal history.
We accept the following forms of Medicaid CMOs CareSource, PeachState, Amerigroup
The Gateway Center
Taylor Foundation for the Arts
Fully Furnished Ministries
Grace Midtown Church
Passion City Church
IKON Community Church
Chick-fil-A Vine City
Ron Blue and Company