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About the Council
The Council of State Affiliates
Welcome to the National Foster Parent Association's Council of State Affiliates (NFPA COSA). The NFPA COSA is represented by leaders of state foster care associations who work collaboratively to provide better support to the foster care community at the state and national level. We hope this website will be a resource to you and your family.
Jessica L. Lloyd-Rogers - Chair
Meet Our Leadership
Nebraska Foster & Adoptive Parent Association
From Our Partners
The benefit of engaging with NFPA is work of mutuality. Choosing to engage means being willing to share your experiences with others engaged in the same work with the same commitment and compassion for improving the lives of children and families.
Cate HawksNewFound Families-Virginia
Being a part of the NFPA Council of State Affiliates builds relationships nationwide. It ignites my potential by providing guidance, support, and encouragement to better serve families, youth, and children in my own State.
Tammy WellsNebraska Foster and Adoptive Parent Association
Having served in my current role for over fifteen and a half years, I can always rely on the NFPA to keep me informed about foster care policy and practice issues in other states. It is great to have a peer group available to offer information and support!
Lisa GuilletteFoster Forward
It has been amazing working with NFPA! We have co-hosted two conferences in my time on the board and the experience, dedication and speakers that are attracted to these events are unparalleled in the foster care community.
Amanda Cruce, LCSWFlorida FAPA
The National Foster Parent Association has been vital in supporting and encouraging our efforts to reinstate our organization. There is so much experience and passion in this team of people that is contagious and encouraging.
Maurita McCorkleFoster Family Alliance of North Carolina
The National Foster Parent Association provides statewide connection to other peers and leaders in the field of foster care and kinship/relative care. This is a unique benefit and can provide critical information from state to state.
DeAnna AlonsoCentral Missouri Foster Care and Adoption Association
The National Foster Parent Association's Council of State of Affiliates are made up of state foster parent associations from around the united states. Council members advocate for needed changes and helps to provide better support to families who are involved with the child welfare system.