Become a Foster Care Parent

Become a Foster Care Parent

HOW TO BECOME A FOSTER PARENT IN VIRGINIA

Interested or wondering if you would be a good Treatment Foster Care parent/family? There has never been a better time.

Children that are in the custody of the Commonwealth of Virginia need a safe, stable, loving environment where they can learn, grow and be successful. You could provide these needs for a child in your home. Those interested in becoming a foster parent must complete the home study process, training, background checks and home visits. Free on-going training is offered to our foster parents to help families refine and expand their skills. Reimbursement to offset the costs of raising a child is also provided. Our qualified, professional staff offer in-home case management services and 24/7 crisis support to all our foster parents. Please consider helping change the life of a child by being joining our Treatment Foster Care family.

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Other Foster Parent Requirements:

  • Must be in sufficient good health and able to pass a physical; 
  • Must be at least 21 years of age; 
  • Learn and use proven behavioral management skills; 
  • Complete and pass required background checks; 
  • Accept support needed to maintain the child’s placement within the resource home; 
  • Give without the expectation of immediate returns; 
  • Preserve the continuity of the child’s racial, ethnic, and religious beliefs; 
  • Accept and care for a child’s emotional, physical, psychological, and behavioral needs; 
  • Love and care foildren. 

If you are interested in how to become a foster parent with Family Preservation Services, please provide the following information and we will contact you shortly.

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Children & Adolescents       Adults       Families

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Psychiatric Medication       Foster Care