Bury Council Fostering and Adoption services pages give you all the information you need to foster or adopt with Bury Council, from the basic difference between fostering and adoption to the reasons why children come into care. You can also find out how to foster or adopt with us and enquire online.
We at Bury council's fostering and adoption service hope these web pages help you get an idea of the effect you could have on a child's life by adoption or fostering, and how you can adopt or foster a child or young person in Bury.
Bury's fostering and adoption service provides a wide range of services, from full time adoption and fostering to part-time caring. Bury family placement team is a group of experienced, professional staff who aim to offer the highest quality adoption and fostering service.
We hope that this information will give you a better idea of what fostering and adoption is about and what you can expect if you decide to apply to adopt or become a foster carer. If you would like to take your enquiry further we will be very happy to hear from you and arrange to visit. See contact us section for details
Online application packs and council policies concerning adoption and fostering can be found from this pages "related links/pages"
To find out further detailed information about Bury fostering and adoption service please use the fostering, adoption and looked after children related links.
For further information you can also visit the fostering network website. The Fostering Network is the UK's leading charity for everyone involved in fostering. As the voice of foster care it campaigns for governments to take action on issues that affect foster families and provides practical resources, training, advice and support for its members. It also provides introductory information for people thinking about fostering for the first time.