Who can become a foster parent?
Persons who:
  • Are married or single
  • Are at least 21-years of age
  • Have their own source of income from employment or benefits.
  • Can provide a safe and healthy home.
  • Have enough living space to care for a child either in a home or apartment.
  • Are willing to work with an agency, a child's family, school and others.
  • Are able to help child cope with separation from his/her family and with the effects of abuse and neglect.
  • Are able to let go when the time comes.
  • Have a felony and violence free criminal check
  • Be willing to transport to appointments.
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    1. Who can become a foster parent?
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