Building a brighter future for children in foster care through innovation, science, and compassion

About All Star

"Adverse childhood experiences (trauma) are the single greatest unaddressed public health threat facing our nation today."

Dr. Robert Block, former president of the American Academy of Pediatrics
About All Star
Become an All Star Foster Parent - contact Jolee Grobleski at or 941-259-3694

2021 Year in Review

Check out these highlights of what All Star has accomplished in 2021! From trainings and outreach to celebrations and support for our campus kids and foster parents, it’s been an incredible year of happy memories! Thank you to our dedicated staff, volunteers, board members, donors, and the community for helping us create brighter futures for children in foster care.

The Journey Can Be Long and Difficult

We have created a place for children to begin their journey to Hope and Healing. The All Star Children's Campus is a refuge for children - a place where healing occurs, hope is restored, and spirits are renewed.

Campus of Hope and Healinga campus truly built on love

The construction of the Campus, which includes a 13,000 square foot pediatric treatment and research center, 6 single family 5-bedroom foster homes, and a 3,000 square foot clubhouse and tutoring center are now complete.

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Our 6 Core Programs

Each of these programs is being implemented and researched in an effort to create effective intervention models that can be replicated in other communities.

These programs are being implemented and evaluated by an exceptionally dedicated group of staff with advanced training and expertise in trauma who are united around their commitment to improving the experiences and outcomes of children and families in foster care.

Our Programs

Evidence Based Mental Health Intervention

The All Star Children’s Foundation clinicians are highly trained trauma specialists with expertise and training in evidence-based interventions for children with trauma and trauma-related disorders. The impact of complex trauma on children and families is vast and diverse. Learn More.

Foster Parent Support

With the mission of ASCF to address childhood trauma, we are working closely with local foster parents and training them with the Resource Parenting Curriculum (RPC), which is supported by The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). Learn More

Birth Family Engagement

One area of need for the children and families within the foster care system is the support for birth parent-child visitation practices. Learn More

Trauma Training

All Star Children’s Foundation (ASCF) strives to provide children and families who have experienced abuse and/or neglect with individualized, comprehensive, evidence-based, and trauma-informed care. Learn More

Trauma-Informed Systems Integration

A key activity for ASCF is providing training in trauma-informed systems integration with individuals and groups in the community who interact with children and families who have experienced trauma. Learn More

Enrichment Programs

One area of need for the children and families within the foster care system is the support for birth parent-child visitation practices. Learn More