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National Foster Care Day is celebrated on May 3rd and is dedicated to all the children in the U.S. foster care system.  Don't forget to wear blue  to show your support for foster youth everywhere. 

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May 18th is recognized as Emergency Medical Services for Children Day, which is intended to raise awareness around the need for improved specialized care for children. Emergency care often comes from parents, caregivers, trained EMS providers, and hospital personnel. Together, they strive to meet their unique needs.

Memorial Day is May 30th!
This a day to remember and honor those who have fought for us! The national holiday was established to honor those who have died in American wars. One Fun Fact about Memorial Day is that it was originally called Decoration Day. It began during the American Civil War, when citizens would place flowers on the graves of those who had been killed in battle. 

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may is

National Foster Care Month!

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National Foster Care Month celebrates the commitment to ensuring that all youth in foster care have the love, support, and resources they need to thrive. We also celebrate the families who provide safe and loving homes for our Nation's foster children. Find a way to show those making an effort how important they are to millions of families

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Covid-19 has taken a toll on available foster placement for children and teens especially. If you or someone you know has considered becoming a Foster Parent, now is the time. 

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When family is important, we will do what's needed to help! Do your research this month to help spread the knowledge and facts about foster care families. How important are they? How can you make a difference? What's one thing you have learned? And How can you get others involved to secure brighter futures for more kids?

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COVID-19 Updates

The PTS office is currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. For any questions, please call (410) 800 -4480 or current clients can reach out to their Case Manager.

Virtual Conference

Foster Parents, be sure to RSVP for upcoming virtual trainings. Click the button below to access our 2022 training calendar. 


Monthly Trainings

Documentation and Direct Deposit

Foster Parents, be sure to check your email for instructions on setting up direct deposit. The new deadline to submit documentation is the 20th of each month. 

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