Caregivers

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Caregivers

Foster parents, relative caretakers, and other adults supporting babies and toddlers in the foster care system offer safety and stability, which can help move a child—and parents—forward with encouragement, support, and nurturance.

Working with parents who have children involved with child welfare can be rewarding. As a team member working to ensure a stable and nurturing environment for the child, birth parents must be provided with the very same respect and opportunity to learn the best possible ways to parent.
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If you are interested in learning how you can become a foster parent, call toll-free, 1-800-KIDS-4-US (1-800-543-7487) or search the Foster Care Recruitment and Training Information – County Links webpage

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