Shop AmazonSmile and support HFASI
Shop at Amazon.com and donate up to 0.5% of your purchase to HFASI! Just follow this link: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/20-8445592. Thanks so much for ...
Posted Jan 28, 2014, 12:28 PM by Stephanie Kerner
PNO is BACK!!!!!
Now that we have your attention: Parents' Night out will resume Saturday night, February 8th at the Flip Zone in Plainfield! Same hours (6p-10p), we just changed the day ...
Posted Jan 28, 2014, 9:16 AM by Stephanie Kerner
2014 HFASI meetings
HFASI meetings are held the third Saturday of each month from 10 am to 12 pm at the Plainfield Library.Jan 18Feb 15March 15- NO meeting. Library fundraiser ...
Posted Jan 14, 2014, 9:59 AM by Stephanie Kerner
January 18th HFASI meeting
Hello everyone! We will be visited by Kimberley Miller, Attorney/Federal Compliance Manager for IN DCS at our meeting this Saturday January 18th. Meeting will be at the Plainfield Library ...
Posted Jan 14, 2014, 10:00 AM by Stephanie Kerner
December 2013 Meeting
Our annual Holiday meeting next Saturday at the Plainfield Library! Bring a treat to share, and catch up with your fellow foster/adoptive parents 10am-12pm. Please email sakerner@hfasi ...
Posted Dec 16, 2013, 6:40 AM by Stephanie Kerner
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HFASI Events Calendar
HFASI Events Calendar
Why You Should Support Our Organization
HFASI provides support groups for foster, kinship and adoptive parents in a five county region, free of charge to those families. Child care is available for special needs children during the meetings, again free of charge to the parents. It is our belief that support services should be available to parents of special needs children without concern for cost of training, education or child care. In addition, HFASI provides a nationally recognized respite program for our member parents on a monthly basis. The program is designed to allow parents a much needed break for the daily demands of caring for their special needs children, thus allowing families to remain strong and intact when dealing with difficult emotional and behavioral issues. Placements are sustained and families stabilized when the respite program is a routine part of their family activities.