In 2014 PATH served nearly 1500 children and their families in North Dakota, Minnesota and Idaho. Most of these PATH services helped Children and families that have experienced complex trauma and needing PATH’s Behavioral Health and Family services.
Foster parents come from all walks of life, and PATH needs families with various abilities and strengths to care for the variety of children who enter foster care. Foster parents can be single or married, own their own homes or rent apartments, work in or outside of their homes. Individuals are required to be a minimum age of 21 in order to be considered for foster parenting. Many foster families already have children, but some are caring for children for the first time. There is not a minimum income requirement for foster parents as long as you can take care of your family’s expenses. Most importantly, foster families need to provide safe and nurturing homes for children.
PATH is an equal opportunity employer. We provide a competitive salary and benefits package.