The Great Recession was a reality that hit us hard. And staying positive is never as challenging as when you’re facing major financial hurdles. But in our Year 23, we did what FCNI does best–we put those in our care in the forefront, and pulled together to find immediate solutions so budget cuts wouldn’t change our services! Read more here.
FCNI at a Glance
Number of Programs
Children, Youth and Families Served
State of the State
Children in Foster Care
In 2009, when children under age 18 were leaving foster care, most--65%--returned to their parents; 22% were adopted and 9% left to live permanently with a legal guardian.
The percentage of children under age 18 in foster care dropped by 45% from the year 2000 to 2010.