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Brighton & Hove City Council Fostering Service

Foster carers provide a safe, stable, nurturing home where a child or young person can live whilst their own family is unable to look after them. Children come into foster care for many reasons. It may be because of a family illness, family breakdown or problems at home.

Brighton & Hove City council need to recruit more foster carers to become part of the team of childcare professionals who are working hard to do the best they can for the children in care.

Brighton & Hove foster carers become part of a professional team and receive extensive support, ongoing training opportunities and  generous weekly financial allowances.

To foster, you will need:
• a spare bedroom and
• extensive childcare experience - though you do not need to be a parent yourself.

Please look at the Brighton & Hove City council fostering website  for more information

Contact details

Moulsecoomb Hub South
Hodshrove Lane
01273 295444
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This information has been collected from third party providers therefore Brighton and Hove Family Information Service and Brighton and Hove City Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations. For further guidance please read Choosing Services Safely

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Address: Moulsecoomb Hub South  Hodshrove Lane  Brighton 

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