Kehila means ‘community” in Hebrew.
The mission of Kehila Park is to restore and strengthen the health and well-being of infants, children and youth being placed in foster care while also, enriching the lives of Senior Adults (Grands).
Our Christ-Centered, Multi-Generational Community Model aims to move children out of the foster care system into
permanent loving families.
How our Vision Is Different
Kehila Park provides homes and programing to families who are already fostering and would be willing to foster more children, if they had room in their current homes.
The largest barriers to foster care are space and community support.
Through Kehila Park these needs are met.
At completion Kehila Park will have:
11 foster homes,
3 (2 bedroom) Grand Duplexes
for Sr Adults age 55+
Programming for foster and adoptive families