1st South County Home – Opened in 2003

Now home to the Angels’ Arms office and the Launch Pad, a transitional apartment for our foster youth.

1st Ballwin Home – Opened in 2005

Foster Parents – Phyllis and Eldon Hackman

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South County Home – Opened in 2017

Foster Parents – Lawreene and Will Hall

Lawreene and Will have fostered for over 6 years and have 5 foster children with them currently, 4 of whom are siblings. They take elevated needs children and are in the process of completing their therapeutic classes.

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Florissant Home – Opened in 2007

Foster Mom – Cathy Miller

Cathy has been fostering children for two years, but started out as a license respite provider. She has been around the fostering community for 14 years – ever since her mom, Anne, started fostering. Cathy currently has three girls living in her home. 

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2nd Ballwin Home – Opened in 2008

Foster Parents – Kasondra McDaniel

Kasondra has been fostering for two years now and has fostered five children including two sibling groups. Fun fact: Kasondra and Kim, one of our current house parents, are sisters. So not only are we helping foster siblings, but we also have siblings doing the fostering!

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1st O’Fallon Home – Opened in 2010

Foster Parents – Jenny and Shane Tripp

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2nd South County Home – Opened in 2012

Foster Mom – Barb Bocklage

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3rd O’Fallon Home – Opened in 2012

Foster Parents – Margie and Ed Hopper

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O’Fallon Home – Opened in 2012

Foster Parents – Heather and Aaron Craig

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St. Louis City Home – Opened in 2014

Foster Parent – Brittnay Jewett

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3rd Ballwin Home – Open July 2015

Foster Parents – Kim and David Blumenthal

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2nd Florissant Home – Opened March 2016

Foster mom – Ramona Spencer

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2nd St. Louis City Home – Opened August 2017

Foster parents – Mary and Jim McDevitt

Mary and Jim McDevitt have been fostering for over 7 years and they focus on caring for infants with medical needs. They’ve dedicated their lives to helping foster children.

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