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ITFC News & Resources

Intensive Treatment Foster Care

Provide a Home and Change the Life of a Child

Foster and resource families are needed. Individuals and couples who are willing to give love, support, nurturing, structure and a big heart to our children are encouraged to contact us. If your are not able to volunteer your heart and home at this time, you can still help connect us with friends, family members, churches, organizations and businesses that may be open to becoming a foster / resource parent. Or help us by displaying our literature at your business, club or organization. 

“Children are one-third of our population and all of our future.” - Author Unknown

Presentations about our program, foster training classes and support groups are available. You can help and help spread word of parenting opportunities through this unique program. ITCF t-shirts, car decals, booklets and newsletters are available.

For more information please contact:
Ivon Favela 626-246-1728

News and Resources


Every day there is a child who faces unsafe circumstances due to sexual identity or orientation.
Can you provide a safe home for a LGBTQ youth?
Learn more about becoming a foster or adoptive parent by clicking here
or contact Selena Liu at 909-293-7851.

November is National Adoption Month
Like us on Facebook @ Five Acres Foster Care & Adoptions


Extraordinary Families & CWI

The Child Welfare Initiative (CWI) has developed a collaborative network of resources to facilitate the recruitment, training and ongoing support to foster parents of a particular segment of children. Therapeutic foster care involves children who have greater behavioral and emotional needs and require a greater level of care from the parents.

Collaborating with six respected foster family agencies in the greater Los Angeles area (Aviva, ChildNet, Children’s Institute Inc., Five Acres, Hathaway-Sycamores and Olive Crest), the Children’s Welfare Initiative has created an interactive community of resources housed at www.Extraordinary-Families.org. The site launches today and serves as a means to inform interested parents on the level of care needed to successfully parent one of these children. The Child Welfare Initiative...