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Foster Care - Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth ...
Foster Care is a protective service provided to families experiencing difficulties so severe that children must be removed from their homes for a period of time. Children are removed to insure their physical and emotional safety. Foster parents are DCYF's major resource for children who need to be placed outside the home. It is the role of foster parents to offer a safe and...
Steps To Get Foster Care License
STEPS REQUIRED TO OBTAIN A FOSTER CARE LICENSE
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Foster care application ( English and Spanish ), Physician's Reference Forms , and fingerprinting affidavit are received by the Foster Parent Recruiter.
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE CLEARANCE
Names and birth dates of the applicant(s) and adult...
Child Welfare - Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth ...
1 (800) 742-4453
Child Welfare Services Program Description
Ensure that each child and youth is protected from harm through the timely investigation of reports of child abuse and neglect. Maintain children and youth safely at home whenever possible through formal and informal supports and services, utilizing family and community partnerships, in order to mitigate risk and...
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RI Department of Children, Youth & Families
* Rescheduled: Proposed Adoption and Repeals of DCYF Rules. In accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act, the Department is advertising for promulgation a new DCYF rule, and associated proposed repeals. Please click here to read a Director's Memo about this promulgation. This proposed adoption aligns with Rhode Island Department of Education regulations and early childhood learning best practices. You may...