foster care

The Lord... sustains the fatherless and the widow.

Psalm 146:9

Over 10,000 children go through the Washington State child welfare system every year, many of whom struggle with trauma and need  a higher level of emotional and behavioral care than your average child.  Without a permanent or lasting sense of family, once these children become adults, they face a high probability of becoming human trafficking victims, incarcerated, homeless, and/or becoming pregnant before their 19th birthday.  These children need not only a stable and loving home, but a community who can care for and support them and their families.  

Replanted Conference

October 15-16 | 8AM - 3PM
UPPC is hosting a simulcast site for this year’s Replanted Conference – a time for foster, adoptive and kinship parents to be refreshed, equipped, and inspired. Watch the promo on the right and register through the link below.
Interested in learning more about foster care or how you can support foster / adoptive parents?  Attend the conference and hear directly from those on the front line. 

Replanted Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer to assist at our Replanted Conference site!
Help create an environment where foster and adoptive parents can be refreshed while attending the conference by volunteering below.

Care Communities

Provide tangible, emotional, and spiritual support to a foster or adoptive family!
With training from Olive Crest and Promise868, Care Communities are teams who support one or more foster or adoptive families by providing things like weekly meals, transporting children to appointments, laundry assistance, and more.  Learn more  through the videos below or contact Lisa Woicik ([email protected]).


Become a foster parent or provide respite care to a foster child!
Do you feel called to foster a child in your home? Learn how you can foster a child through Olive Crest: