Foster parents provide temporary homes for children up to 18 years who have been abused and neglected. They provide care, nurturing, safety and guidance until the children are able to return home or another permanent home is found for them.
Can I Be a Foster Parent?You don't need to be wealthy, married, debt-free, a homeowner, a stay-at-home parent or a college graduate to be a qualified foster parent. But you need to be willing to go through the intensive process of having your home inspected, your background checked and getting trained. Most importantly, you must have a heart for helping children and a willingness to open your heart and home to a child who needs and deserves a secure, loving family. How Do I Become a Foster Parent?All foster parents must be licensed before a child can be placed in their homes. The steps to licensing include the following:
To request more information, fill out the interest form and an agency representative will contact you.
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