Families 4 Families is a non-profit, faith-based organization that partners with local churches to recruit, train, and support foster families. Our focus is a family-centered approach that engages the entire foster family as well as loving, supporting, and engaging the birth families. Our goal is to return children when at all possible. We believe the best forever family is the birth family.
Families 4 Families is a ministry. To not just take care of a foster children but also interacting with their family as well. Families 4 Families vision is come alongside the foster family and to support them in ministering to other families who are hurting in the foster care system.
All employees will adhere to and follow our Statement of Faith and Position on Morality.
Case Manager Responsibilities:
- Report directly to Case Manager Supervisor
- Abides by all agency policies and procedures, core values, mission.
- Attend weekly planning meetings/trainings with Case Manager Supervisor
- Completes 24 hours of training annually
- Keep the foster families informed of the Case Plans and permanency plans for the children in their care
- Act as a liaison between foster family and DFCS as needed
- Attend court with families as needed and follow all court orders
- Visit each child in the first 72 hours of placement in foster home
- Visit each child in home a minimum of 1 time each month on an ongoing basis
- Visit each child an additional time in home or within the community each month
- Visit with birth family when directed
- Assist the foster family in preparing the child to deal with unusual events and circumstances concerning their care and/or placement
- Communicate with foster families about upcoming training requirements and continued education classes being offered
- Work in partnership with DFCS to ensure child receives appropriate and timely services including medical, dental, educational, and behavioral and stays in contact with all providers as needed
- Provides pastoral support to children and families
- Works in partnership with DFCS, GAL, and other services providers
- To maintain confidentiality
- Assist foster families in completing monthly paperwork
- Completes monthly documentation timely and accurately
- Provides 24/7 care to foster families
- Maturity to navigate high stressful situations
- Displays a strong discernment and decision-making skills.
- Completes other duties as assigned
- Have a minimum of a bachelor degree from an accredited college/university in a human service or behavioral science field.
- Full-time Georgia resident
- No Criminal Background
- Own, drive, and maintain an automobile in good working condition, receiving a reimbursement for agency mileage
- Understand that this job will require some evening and weekend hours of employment, and some after-hour on call responsibilities.