Fostering for Break has changed my life and has given me a new lease to life

Break Foster Carer

What we offer our Foster Carers?

We offer generous allowances and a comprehensive support package for all our Break foster carers.

Foster carer payment

Our foster carers are paid a market leading weekly allowance which recognises the important, professional work they undertake. 

Fostering can be hugely rewarding and many foster carers find they gain enormously from the experience.  Above all you will be making a huge difference to a vulnerable young life.

Foster carer support

It is very important that our foster carers are valued, supported and feel part of our team.

Our foster carers all receive:

-  24/7 high level support and on-call service from social workers across Norfolk

- Regular professional review meetings with a qualified social worker

- *Market leading payments of between £400 and £600 per week, dependent on the fostering task.

- Regular short breaks 

- Therapeutic group consultation from a qualified therapist once a fortnight

- Excellent training

- Information on being self-employed and getting your tax right

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If you want to find out more about becoming a Break Foster Carer in Norfolk get in touch today at fostering@break-charity.org, call 01603 670100 or download our Foster Carers' Guide.

Our fostering service is available on a spot purchase or preferred provider basis. It is aimed at children who, for complex reasons, need a single placement.

If you would like to view our latest Ofsted report Please click here. This will take you to the 'Find an inspection report section', where you will need to enter our unique reference number SC430757 into the section 'Search Providers by: Name, address or URN'.

Please see our Statement of Purpose.

To discuss making a referral to out Therapeutic Fostering Team please contact our Fostering Team on 01603 670110 or email fosteringteam@break-charity.org.

Break is a proud member of Fostering Through Social Enterprise (FtSE), a consortium of voluntary and non-profit fostering agencies, across the UK, whose members look after over 2,000 children in care.

Talk to us today!

Email us to ask us anything about fostering, get your free fostering guide now!

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