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Caregiver (Foster Parent) Support Program

Archway Community Services

The CSP was developed in conjunction with the Ministry of Children and Family Development to provide ongoing support to foster families and children in order to maintain foster placements. CSP provides services to assist caregivers in managing a wide range of behaviors and issues related to trauma, diagnoses, attachment and transitions.

Program Information

The CSP's goal is to contribute to a stable home environment for Caregivers in the Abbotsford/Mission areas. To achieve this we work in collaboration with caregivers and community partners to develop realistic and attainable goals as part of a comprehensive service plan. CPS strives to support Caregiver and Foster families in stabilizing, maintaining and enhancing foster placements. Our mission is to encourage development of caregiver community and to facilitate mutually compatible placements through relationship, support and self-advocacy.

Services provided are based on Attachment Theory and Trauma Informed Practice Principles. CSP delivers services through: home visit sessions, phone/text/email support, Care Team meetings, caregiver support, family &professional meetings, training & workshops, special family events, self-advocacy support and resource library. Please note the referral process: through MCFD Resource Social Worker or self-referral by foster parents attached to MCFD files.

Mailing Address:

Archway Community Services
2420 Montrose Ave
Abbotsford, BC
V2S 3S9


Sweeney Neighborhood Center (3rd Floor) 33355 Bevan Ave Abbotsford, BC V2S 3M1

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