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Frequently Asked Questions

What does Christian Family Care do?

Frequently Asked QuestionsChristian Family Care provides a broad spectrum of services that promote the physical and emotional well being of Arizona children and families. These services include: Foster Care; Adoption; Child and Family Counseling including Family Attachment Counseling and Pregnancy Counseling.

Is Christian Family Care a non-profit organization?

Yes. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit social services agency.

Do you only serve Christian children?

No. Christian Family Care is happy to provide help to any child or family in need regardless of their color, culture, disability, ethnic group, gender, race, religion or socioeconomic status.

Do you charge for your services?

There is no charge for pregnancy counseling or to become a foster parent. A fee is charged for adoption services and child & family counseling. Fees are based on the actual cost of services and may be modified on individual need.

What is your annual budget?

Our budget is over $9 Million annually, making us one of the largest non-profit organization in the State of Arizona.

How are you funded?

A portion of our funding comes from the fees we receive from contracts we have with various State agencies, from the clients of insurance companies we serve and from individuals themselves. However, those fees do not fully cover our expenses. The remaining needed funds are received from private donors, grants, foundations and other fundraising activities. Approximately 30% of our funding comes from charitable gifts including gifts given to underwrite a portion of the cost of adoption, foster care and counseling services.

How many employees do you have?

We employ approximately 150 people statewide. The vast majority of these employees directly care for children and families. We also have a network of over 200 active volunteers.

What are your greatest needs?

We need ambassadors to help communicate and represent CFC in their church and community. As well, we need funding in order to be able to help more families beyond those we currently assist. We are in need of loving and nurturing people willing to be foster or adoptive parents (a very difficult but rewarding job) and we always need volunteers.