Kinship Caregivers (WF)

Kinship Care is Full Time Care

Kinship Care often arises out of nowhere. Most Kinship Caregivers find themselves in a position they never expected to be. There is usually little to no time to prepare and it all happens so fast.

A lot of kinship caregivers who reach out to us report feeling like they are grieving their own life. They tell us about living on fixed incomes and role shifting with birth parents. Some of them come to us looking for resources. Others are looking for ways to navigate the parenting process in a different era. 

Often support is needed for the whole family, and that’s where we come in. Whatever the current situation, it is possible to get on the path of healing. You and your children can experience peace, connection, and harmony in the home. 


Let Chosen help you and your family find hope & healing. 

You are not alone! Contact us for help today!

All children who have been separated from birth parents
have experienced some level of trauma.

Sleep Trouble

Frequent Tantrums

Mental Health Disorders


Oppositional Defiance

Struggles With Sensory Issues

Attachment Disorder

Learning Difficulties

Depression & Anxiety


Do You Feel Overwhelmed By Your Child Needs?

After living in a stressful environment, experiencing abuse or neglect, their bodies are chemically conditioned to dramatic reactions to stress or anxiety. They often respond to daily challenges with reactions of fight, flight, or freeze. It may also surface as the inability to control their emotions or cope with problems or consistent behaviors or raging, lying, or manipulating. Children of any age have triggers that stem from that trauma and “trip” their bodies into behavioral patterns that seem difficult to interrupt, stop or avoid. 

The impact of these behaviors on adoptive families can be difficult, discouraging, and damaging. Families need an advocate who understands trauma and understands how to help children and families heal.  Chosen is a team of seasoned professionals who are passionate about helping caregivers grow, children heal and families flourish.