BCFS contracts with local, state and federal government agencies to provide health and human services throughout the world. Our organization has more than 65 years of experience caring for and empowering children and families to lead safe, healthy and successful lives. We are proud to work with our government partners to achieve this mission.
Health Departments and Providers
BCFS’ mobile medical clinics serve struggling families affected by disasters or who are living in border communities and desolate countries throughout the world. BCFS provides perinatal care for expecting moms and healthy check ups to children living in United States Colonias, and teaches parents how to create healthy homes in which to raise their children.Learn more.
BCFS is the national leader for medical special needs sheltering. The organization has been called on by state, local and foreign governments to provide incident management, sheltering operations, and emergency response training for communities affected by natural disasters and other emergencies. Learn more.
Child Protective Services
BCFS has been a leading foster care and adoption agency for 65 years. At the request of governments around the world, the organization has established health and human service programs that care for abused and neglected children, unite new or struggling families, and help those in need. Learn more.
BCFS’ intensive intervention program aims to deter juveniles' patterns of troubled behavior. Juveniles with multiple offenses who are at risk of institutionalization are referred to BCFS’ program by their probation officers. The program has a 94% success rate for preventing institutionalization. Learn more.
Agencies for People with Disabilities
BCFS’ faith-based residential community for developmentally/cognitively disabled adults encourages residents to develop their artistic talents and promotes self-care and self-management, empowering each resident to lead a fulfilling life. Learn more.
BCFS engages in public policy and economic development initiatives throughout the communities we serve. We have provided public support through opinion editorials, press conferences and surrogate speaking, meeting with lawmakers, and providing expert testimony before legislative committees advocating for issues important to our mission.
Contact Krista Piferrer, Executive Vice President of External Affairs, at 210-283-5136 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.