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About Omni Visions

Established in 1991, Omni Visions was founded on the idea that every child deserves to thrive in a family setting. Omni Visions’ foster and adoption programs serve children in placement due to abuse, neglect and the resulting behaviors from exposure to trauma.

Services include therapeutic foster care, medically fragile foster care, reunification services, adoption, and residential treatment. 

Through our full continuum of care, wealth of resources, and collaborative team approach, we strive to help each youth we serve achieve permanency.

Children We Serve

Most of the children we serve are just like any other kid – they crave love, structure and a solid home. They want somewhere to lay their heads at night without worrying where their next meal may come from. Someone to care if they get to school on time. Someone to be there to listen and love unconditionally.

Our foster parents tell us that fostering is the hardest job they’ve ever done, but the most rewarding. It takes someone who is patient, committed and willing to compromise to be a successful foster parent. Our children are precious and deserving of a home.

Our primary focus is to support children and families in Kentucky, North Carolina and Tennessee to ensure youth achieve permanency.  Omni provides our families with specialized pre-placement and ongoing training, a monthly financial stipend, and a highly skilled support team available 24/7.

Since most children placed with Omni have experienced some level of trauma, we specialize in providing trauma-informed care, training and support to staff and caregivers to promote healing so our children can reach their fullest potential. Omni has maintained a strong partnership with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, Duke University’s Together Facing Trauma program and Vanderbilt University’s Centers of Excellence to support our efforts in the implementation of evidence-informed interventions and practice for children experiencing trauma histories.

Together we can provide a brighter tomorrow for our children by taking care of people.

Power to the child. Power to the parent. Power to the family.

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Qualifications For Fostering

The qualifications for fostering children are simple. Omni Visions is here to help guide you every step of the way.

  • Can be married, single, or divorced
  • May or may not have children
  • Can own or rent your home/apartment
  • Be 25 years of age, or if a two- parent home, at least one applicant must be 25
  • Can be employed or retired
  • Must be a citizen of the United States
  • All applicants in the home must be able to attend agency training
  • Valid  state driver’s license, with reliable transportation
  • Be financially stable
  • Have a physical completed by your primary care physician
  • Pass all background checks along with drug screening
  • Home must have a bedroom to accommodate a foster child/children