Connecting you to the child in need.
CarePortal is an online platform that brings the needs of hurting children and families in your community to your attention. Caseworkers uncover the needs. CarePortal makes local churches aware, giving them a real-time opportunity to respond.
How you can help
Everyone has a role to play. Connect through CarePortal to care for kids and strengthen families in your community. Select an identity below to explore how you can get involved.
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Child welfare professionals, we’re all on your team.
Child-serving agencies in 20 U.S. states currently share needs through CarePortal to support the children and families they are committed to.
Here’s what caseworkers are saying:
“Once again, one of our local churches stepped right up and met a family’s need.”
Arizona Department of Child Safety
“CarePortal has helped us when no one else could.”
Texas Child Protective Services
“In the past, it would’ve taken days to get this need met. Using CarePortal allowed this need to be met within an hour.”
Oklahoma Dept. of Human Services
“I believe in the power of this resource.”
Baldwin Cty. Child Advocacy Center | Alabama
“The family can breathe a sigh of relief. Extremely thankful for all the help!”
Neighborhood Place of Kona | Hawaii
“Careportal has become the greatest gift to the children and families engaged with the child welfare system. Thank you!”
Missouri Department of Social Services
“If it had not been for CarePortal, I do not think these 5 children would be home with their mother so quickly.”
Iredell Cty. Social Services | N. Carolina
“Quick response and communicative! Thank You! Thank You! Thank YOU!”
One Hope United | Florida
Impact in the United States
children served so far
of economic impact in the United States
For every child
churches in the United States using CarePortal to serve their communities today.
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