Mission Statement

The Dream Catcher Foundation (DCF) is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization. The DCFs mission is to provide a comprehensive therapeutic program that addresses the behavioral, emotional and educational needs of foster youth. It is also our mission to reunite every foster youth with their biological family or a foster family to promote permanency in their lives.

DCF staff, as well as its Board of Directors, are committed and dedicated to ensuring that every foster youth receives the necessary, services, resources, and life skills training that will help them transition successfully into adulthood..


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Graduation Celebration: In June, Dream Catcher honors all of our foster youth graduating from Junior High and High School.


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Musicians For Charity: In September, Dream Catcher holds it's annual fundraiser event.


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Christmas Stocking Stuffer Drive: In October, Dream Catcher solicits donors to contribute gifts and gift cards to add to each foster youth’s Christmas stocking


Our History:

On January 1, 2009, The Dream Catcher Foundation began operating Group Homes (residential facilities) under the direction of Pam Norris who partnered with Theresa McPherson, founder of the Foundation.

The program has a 27 year history of providing residential care services to Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and the Department of Probation. The program provides quality care and services to foster youth (girls) ages 8 to 17 years old.