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Online Orientation for Foster Care Licensing - Washington
Thank You for Your Interest in Becoming a Foster Parent!
Discuss the different programs within Children's Administration (CA) with whom you will be working.
Provide information on what you can expect when fostering children.
Explain both the home study and licensing processes.
Introduce our Foster Parent Recruitment & Retention contractors who support prospective foster families...
Date: 2018-01-12 15:22:26
Washington State Courts - National Adoption Day
A foster child is no different than any other without parents -- a child in need of a nurturing, permanent family.
What if my adopted child needs medical help or other services?
DSHS has an Adoption Support service for families adopting children with special needs. The support can include Medicaid medical coverage for the child, as well as services and/or monthly cash payments to help with ongoing therapy or treatment.
Is there a lot of red tape involved in adopting a foster...
Cost | DSHS
Many people who consider adoption are concerned with the financial costs associated with the adoption process and the many services which children with�special needs�may require.
The costs of adopting a child from the public foster care system are typically kept to a bare minimum and may be eligible for reimbursement. Incurred costs are generally limited to:
Date: 2018-03-22 08:08:50