Transition-Assisting Fosters, Just-One-More Fosters
This week, our Many Faces of Fosters series continues with interviews and stories from foster parents. Find out how Michelle and Bruce are working to help their foster teen transition into adulthood, and read the story of how Andrea and Bruce expanded their family through foster care and adoption.
Transition-Assisting Fosters
The same week Michelle and Bruce Noe’s youngest daughter left for college, their 15-year-old foster son moved into their home. The couple decided to wait until their three biological children were grown before they opened their hearts and their home to another. Their foster son is now 18 and continues to live with them through the young adult program. The Noes are guiding him as he transitions to adulthood. He is studying culinary arts and computer programming at East Valley Institute for Technology. He rides his electric bicycle to school and works two jobs.
Michelle Noe shared a special memory she…

This is only a snippet of a Foster Parents Article written by Child Crisis AZ

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