Who We Are
A Place Called Hope is a nondenominational Christian non-profit corporation in the State of Washington dedicated to foster parents
who are devoted to caring for abused and neglected foster children ages 0 to 21 and beyond. We are committed to restoring families
and providing permanency for the most vulnerable members of our communities.
What We Do
A Place Called Hope certifies (licenses) and supports foster parents who care for and nurture children and youth with high needs,
at-risk youth, medically fragile youth, behavioral adolescents and developmentally disabled and pregnant or parenting teens. We
provide foster parent training, have 24 hour crisis support and provide a Case Aide program.  A Visitation Center is available for
referred families. We support educational and recreational opportunities for the children in our care. Also available, an Independent
Living Skills program for teens aging out of the system. Foster parents are supported in providing short or long term foster care,
foster/adopt, respite services, therapeutic homes, foster parent mentoring and family mentoring. All of us at
A Place Called Hope are
advocates for the most vulnerable members of our society.
Why We Do It
A Place Called Hope believes we are all a part of the family of God who care for each other and love their neighbors as themselves.
A Place Called Hope recognizes the contribution and strengths of all members of our society, is committed to diversity and
welcomes foster parents who have varied ethnic and cultural experiences or economic backgrounds.