At RISE, our purpose has remained constant for 30 years.
We create opportunities for and with the people we serve, helping children, adults with special needs, and seniors live full, productive lives.
RISE helps others live the life they imagine for themselves.
We were founded in 1987 and began serving Texas in 2018. We are excited to continue to expand the reach of our services that support people with disabilities and their families.
Currently, we will be offering programs and services within: programs and services as varied as the needs of the people they support.
- Foster parenting
- Providing a stable family setting
RISE connects passionate people with those in need.
All our employees are given strict employees screening and ample training to guarantee unmatched service and care.
Do you have room in your heart and home for a child or youth in foster care?
Every child and youth deserves to grow up in a safe, loving home. We license foster families to provide loving and stable homes for children and youth in the foster care system.</h2 class="intro-header"> RISE creates stability and opportunity for children in foster care by focusing on their natural strengths, their needs to become a successful adults, and their desires for permanent relationships with family and other supportive people in their lives.
We believe children should live in family settings, regardless of the complexities of their needs. Since it is not always possible for a child or youth to live with their biological family, RISE licenses families to care for children and youth in loving, safe foster homes. To assist families in providing the best possible homes for these children, we provide programs, services, and supports. We adapt and cater the support we offer to the specific needs of every child and family we serve. With over 30 years of experience we will provide the personal attention every family deserves.
Attend a Foster Care Open House to Learn More:
Junior League of Arlington
4002 W Pioneer Pkwy #A
Arlington, TX 76013
Dates and Times:
- December 3 at 12:00pm
- December 4 at 9:00am
- December 7 at 12:00pm
- December 8 at 10:00am
- December 10 at 10:00am
- December 12 at 10:00am
- December 13 at 12:00pm
Professional Home-Based Care ParentingProfessional Home Based Care is a new contract in Region 3B (Tarrant, Parker, Johnson, Hood, Palo Pinto, Erath and Somervell Counties), providing the highest level of Treatment Foster Care for children and youth with developmental disabilities, as well as intense and challenging behaviors.
RISE is looking for individuals and families who are willing to open their hearts and homes to these children and provide them with love, belonging, structure, and the care they need in order to live successful lives.
RISE will license, train, make placements, and support every foster family and be with you every step of this journey.
PHBC Parents will receive regular and annual training including behavioral and therapeutic training and supports to assist with your role in providing services to these children.
Every family and child will receive Community Support Services to include Trauma Informed Counseling, Skills Training, Medication Training, Routine Mental Health Case Management, and Intensive High-Fidelity Wraparound Case Management.
In addition to support, Professional Home Based Parents will also receive a generous reimbursement for each child placed in the home.
Licensing processThe process of becoming licensed is made easy with the help of your Licensing Worker.
- Contact us and we will provide you with an orientation to the process and the program.
- Schedule an intake/interview with RISE.
- Begin Competency-Based Treatment Foster Care training.
- Be interviewed for home study.
- Have home inspection conducted by your RISE Worker.
- Complete paperwork.
- Receive license.
OUR GOAL IS TO MAKE THE LICENSING PROCESS AS SIMPLE AS POSSIBLE, AND TO PROVIDE YOU WITH THE TOOLS YOU NEED TO BE SUCCESSFUL FOSTER PARENTS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT US TODAY.
AffiliationsRISE Services is proud to be a member of the Family Focused Treatment Association (FFTA).
Read more about the FFTA at www.ffta.org