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Family Compass - Foster Care - Dyer, IN
Family Compass is the only locally founded and operated foster care agency serving Lake county, Indiana and its surrounding Indiana counties....
DCS: Foster Parent FAQs - Indiana - IN.gov
Foster Parent FAQs
What is foster care?�
Providing a safe, nurturing, stable, and temporary environment for children who can no longer remain in their own homes due to the risk of abuse or neglect.� This care is given with the intention of helping children safely reunify with their families.�
Who is a foster child?�
Foster children come from diverse ethnic and cultural populations, and...
Indiana Foster Care and Adoption – AdoptUSKids
Foster and adoption licensing requirements
Foster parent requirements:
Complete licensing packet issued by your county of residence
Complete 10 hours of training
Do criminal background checks and CPS checks as required by the state of Indiana
Complete homestudy process with the county or agency that is working with you
Adoptive parent requirements:
Complete application packet issued by the county or agency with whom you are working
Complete 16 hours of training, do criminal background checks and CPS checks as required by the state of Indiana
Complete homestudy process with the county or agency that is working with...
Medicaid & Elderly Foster Care: State by State Benefits ...
List of State Programs Covering Adult Foster Care
One can say, on the whole, that Medicaid pays for adult foster care. However, that is a simplistic and incomplete answer. Medicaid is not a single program, but a collection of many different programs and these programs' rules and benefits change in every state. That said, in the majority of states, adult foster care is an option...
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How to Be Foster Parents in Indiana - Living The Bump
Over 9,000 children are in the Indiana foster care system, according to the AdoptUSKids website. While many of these children are available for adoption, others are in limbo while waiting for reunification with their biological families after removal for abandonment, abuse or neglect. Regardless of the child's current situation, each of these children in foster care needs a foster parent to care...
Indiana Foster Care | ICPC State Pages
Indiana resource training program is as follows:
* Resource Adoption Parent Training (RAPT ) effective 7/1/11 (In house curriculum)
Indiana accepts the following training programs as comparable to its education and training program licensing:
Other: Varies with each...
Date: 2018-03-22 08:47:39
How to Run a Licensed Foster Adult Care Business | Chron.com
1. Obtain a copy of any regulations for adult foster care from the family and social services department in your state. States like Indiana and Michigan require an application fee to become a licensed provider. Some states also require an inspection of the premises. The information should be available on the department's website or by phoning and asking that they mail a copy to you.
Become a Foster Parent - The VillagesThe Villages
After licensing, foster parents continue to build their skills by participating in ongoing training and development activities.
If you'd like to learn more about becoming the Power of One for a child, please fill out the Foster Parent Inquiry Form below and a Villages' staff member will contact you!
Click on the links to explore the path to becoming a...