Foster Change membership is available to any foster, adoptive, or kinship family in Clark County, NV.
Family membership covers all members of the household and is good for one year from the date of purchase. We can’t wait to welcome you to our family!

Membership Benefits Include the Following:


Foster Change offers free training to members. Some training credits can be used towards relicensing hours.

  • CPR/First Aid/AED Training for Foster Parents (a $69 savings EACH)
  • Car Seat Safety Training for Foster Parents (a $25 savings EACH)
  • QPI training help– accessibility to use the computer lab and study guides

Connections to Community:

  • Foster Change sponsored Support Groups 
  • Information on all other available area support groups (some may include refreshments and childcare)
  • Foster Change Sponsored Family Events – Park Playdates, Bingo nights, Paint nights, Movie nights, Craft nights, etc
  • Access to specific DFS events for ALL children in your home, not just those with an open case
  • Connection through active Social Media pages
  • Access to our Members Only Facebook Support Community Page – join us as we live life together, where we laugh and cry and encourage each other!


  • 4 Hours of Free Respite Care, Monthly!($672 in annual value!) In partnership with Foster Kinship, you will have access to our respite care program!  You are eligible to register for a 4-hour time slot to drop your children off with trauma informed childcare staff, and go have some time to yourself. (Message for the link to sign up!)
  • Telephone and Social Media monitored Helpline to get connected to community resources and personal support.
  • Monthly Newsletter full of helpful and up to date information, resources and encouragement!
  • Free access to the Foster Change Lending Library, a library curated of books and materials specially chosen for families who are caring for children from hard places.
  • Access to expert advise from all of our Board of Directors – On behalf of Kinship, CASA, Raise The Future, Fostering Hope and Foster Connect!  Please just email and your questions/requests will be forwarded to the correct board member and they will get back with you!

Common Voice for Local Advocacy:

  • REPRESENTATION MATTERS – Coming together to create one voice will be a powerful tool in our community for unified representation on behalf of foster parenting, kinship caregiving and adoption.
    • Foster Change works hand in hand with the Clark County Department of Family Services, and sits on work forces, teams and committees, to make sure that your voices are heard and represented well.
    • Foster Change has implemented and will maintain a local initiative called One Team One Dream, connecting the professionals in all willing local child serving agencies, organizations and ministries, with the governing belief that if we all invest in better partnership, it will be to the benefit of our whole community.
      -To work together and not in competition 
      -To work to identify and fill gaps and reduce duplication in services
      -Believing this effort will trickle down to the benefit of the families providing care and then, ultimately for the benefit of better outcomes for the children in care  
    • Help Understanding current child welfare trends

To Follow Your current Congress, including our local senators and representatives, what they are working on and what legislation is in the works, that affects foster care, kinship care and adoption, click here: