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We hope that you will join us in the feeling of pride as we work to help our residents who have a great need for the services Abbott House, LLC offers.
Foster parents live as a family in a home provided by Abbott House with up to six homeless children who have no safe place to call “home” and no family.
Unit Directors have one of the most challenging and rewarding positions at Abbott House.
+ Provides direct client care that is consistent with the philosophy of Abbott House and the goals of the Medical Department.
Ensures the completion of the home study process for all recruited and kinship foster families assigned, including home visits and interviews
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