We are constantly searching to increase our Foster Carer pool and are actively seeking carers who believe that they can make a positive difference in the life of a child or young person.
We’ll provide you with extensive training, 24-hour caseworker support, a fortnightly allowance to cover day-to-day expenses and activities for the children and young people you care for.
We are looking for carers that can work with us across a number of caring areas to provide care.
At a minimum to become a carer you need to be
Ngunya Jarjum values the importance to practice in accordance with the Aboriginal Child and Young Person Placement Principles and will observe the hierarchy of placement order in our decision making of placement for Aboriginal children.