Support foster, adoptive, and at-risk families

The Foster Care Crisis is a community-wide problem requiring a community-wide response.

Our Impact

Help One Child is committed to our unique, holistic approach, serving the full breadth of child welfare from prevention through emancipation or post-adoption. By offering support to the entire family we strengthen and encourage long-term placement stability and health.


Child Beneficiaries


Volunteer Opportunities


Partner Churches over 7 Counties

Get Involved

Your community and church can make a difference.

We provide tools and opportunities for churches to serve families and children in need. The foster care system is vast and complex but with easy on-ramps for volunteers, churches can mobilize their congregations to serve vulnerable families and children.

Watch the HOC overview video

The Need

Foster Care is a community wide problem needing a community wide response.

Everyone can do something.

  • 27.9% Drop out rate for high school foster youth
  • 80% of youth who entered foster care at age 12 or older leave the system through emancipation
  • 40% experience homelessness upon aging out of the foster care system
  • 60% of USA native-born human traffic victims are foster youth

You’re invited!

View footage from our annual fundraising event in the comfort of your living room. We’ll show you what we’ve been up to for the last 30 years and give you a vision of what we’re hoping to accomplish in the future.

Let’s celebrate 30 years of impact!

Upcoming Events

The Latest Podcast Episode

Felt Safety and Connection Strategies with Our Children from Hard Places

Listen as our expert guest, Erin Bouchard, of Trauma-Based Parenting, shares about felt safety and practical connection strategies to help a child feel and believe they are safe in your home. Expert Guest Bio: Erin Bouchard. Author. Speaker. Advocate. Educator.  Erin founded Trauma-Based Parenting because she’s passionate about helping foster and adoptive parents understand early…
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