James 1:27

Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.

There are many roads to getting involved with adoption and foster care.

However, any avenue of helping vulnerable children is hard work…

So we’ve set up an environment to make it as clear and sustainable as possible.

Mosaic Adoption & Foster Care (MAFC) is here to coordinate your journey.

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Care Community

Care Communities are the lifeblood of our Safe, foster, and adoptive families. They are a small group of people paired with our families to support them in a uniquely personal and extremely impactful way. Care Communities lighten their family’s load by sharing tasks like providing weekly meals, transportation, respite care, laundry, yard work, and so much more.

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Care Communities
Provide weekly meals
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Help keep your house tidy and clean
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Provide yard maintenance
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Transport children to appointments
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Pick up groceries and other needs
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Help fix things around your house
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Provide clothing and other items
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Serve in all different capacities

Journeying with Mosaic’s adoptive, foster, and Safe families is such a blessing. It’s an honor to celebrate the victories and grieve the difficult times with them.

Mosaic Adoption & Foster Care

We believe everyone can do something and together we can make a significant difference in the lives of vulnerable children and families.

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Safe Families

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Safe Families

We believe that temporarily caring for children while their parents get back on their feet is one way to care for vulnerable families right here in our community.

When a family is in crisis, parents and caretakers experience an enormous amount of stress and kids can become vulnerable to neglect and abuse. No family should experience this. Through the Safe Families for Children ministry, volunteer Host Families offer loving care to parents, watching over their children for a temporary amount of time (anywhere from a night to several months) while the parents regain stability.

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Foster Families

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Foster Familes

Children and teens in foster care have gone through the traumatic experience of being removed from their homes by the state because their parents or family guardians are unable to provide the care they need. This happens for many reasons. Whether due to the hardship of poverty, domestic violence, substance abuse, mental illness, or other challenges, homes are fragile and often just a step away from becoming unsafe spaces for kids to live and grow in.

By stepping into foster care, you give these families time and space to overcome these obstacles so their children can, hopefully, return to a healthier home and, in the interim, have a sense of security, structure, and belonging.

First Steps

After meeting with us, your next step is to call the Florida State Information Center at 1-833-678-3735. They do an initial screening of all prospective families and will place you with the right training center.

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Adoptive Families

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Adoptive Families

Adoption is a beautiful way God can use us to care for vulnerable children. To say that it can be challenging, though, is an understatement.

The adoption journey requires moments upon moments of hope, patience, endurance, forgiveness, and growth for parents and kids alike. It asks more of you when you feel like you have nothing more to give. However, as healthy families come together through adoption, God is glorified as the redeeming nature of His Kingdom is displayed and loving relationships and a renewed story become a reality for kids in our community and around the world.

First Steps

After meeting with us, your next step is to call the Florida State Information Center at 1-833-678-3735. They do an initial screening of all prospective families and will place you with the right training center.

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Questions

Contact us for more information regarding MAFC