Resources for Foster Families

Caseworkers requesting resources for children and families involved in the foster care system, 

click the link below and submit:

Resource Request Form




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A Resource for Parents Welcoming an Adopted Child Into Their Home 


Moving Mountains Ministry main focus is to assist current foster families while raising awareness of the need for more foster families in the Tangipahoa and Washington Parish area.

Northshore Enduring Hope helps fulfill the needs of children and families in foster care.  They create 24hr Comfort/Care bags with additional clothing, shoes, toys, books, jackets, school uniforms and supplies and so much more and give them to children entering Foster Care.

Our Friends Closet  is a non-profit that provides much-needed items to homeless and low-income students in our community including snacks as well as meals for those students that do not have food available to them when they are not at school.  

 Holy Diapers is an organization that focuses on giving back to the community by allowing a bit of financial relief by donating adult and children diapers, Spread awareness of the diaper need, and Support our local community. 


Crossroads NOLA is here to connect children in foster care to the families, individuals, and opportunities they need to thrive. We recruit new foster families from local churches, develop them into competent caregivers for kids from hard places through training in TBRI®, and support them through the ups and downs of their journey as foster parents.


Equine Reflections takes a team approach with all our equine-assisted therapy, learning, and education programs. In our Horses4Healing Program (psychotherapy), a licensed mental health professional, a certified equine specialist, and one or more of our trained therapy horses comprise the team. In our Horsemanship Empowerment, Saddle Up for Success, and professional development and education programs, the certified equine specialist and the program horses work as a team alongside the client or group.​​


NAMI St. Tammany is a non-profit organization that fills the need for education, advocacy, support, and resources for both those in our community living with mental illness and their loved ones. With the right services, support and tools, people with mental illness can and do experience recovery.

The Mission of the Youth Service Bureau is to provide Advocacy, Counseling, Education and Intervention for  youth and their families, helping them reach their full potential. Our programs have served St. Tammany and Washington Parishes since 1981.


H20 ministries‘ Housing Vision is to provide shelter and Christian support to homeless youth who have experienced or aged out of the foster care system.

Covenant House opens its heart and its doors each year to more than 900 youth & children ages 22 and under.With God’s grace, our dedicated staff provides youth with relentless support, unconditional love, and absolute respect.

Family Promise of St. Tammany is one of over 200 local Family Promise affiliates across 41 states. It provides homeless children and their families with safe & comfortable shelter, meals, and compassionate support. Local congregations throughout St. Tammany Parish host up to five families (14 people) at a time on a weekly rotating schedule. Host congregation volunteers may share meals and fellowship with families, play with and tutor the children, and act as overnight hosts.