Foster Care is the temporary service provided to ensure the safety and well-being of children/youth while in out-of-home care.
Foster homes are needed for all ages, but especially for teens and sibling groups.
Listen to a short Public Service Announcement (PSA) from a teen on how a foster family made all the difference for him:
Here is a PSA with a story of a family who took care of a brother and sister with the support of their faith community:
It takes a team to make a difference in the life of a child so we are excited about your interest in our foster care program!! Here are some Frequently Asked Questions:
If you are interested in more information about how you can help, please contact a Wyoming Foster Care Coordinator in your area or complete and submit the following form:
If you want to subscribe to e-mail notifications from Wyoming Foster Care, please complete the form here.
Topic: Reasonable & Prudent Parent Standard (RPPS)
Information and all links for the Reasonable & Prudent Parent Standard (RPPS) Training for foster parents & caregivers (October, 2016)
All foster parents/caregivers are required to attend a training on the Reasonable & Prudent Parent Standard (RPPS) or watch the recorded webinar and submit the completed quiz to your Foster Care Coordinator (for which you will receive two (2) hours towards your training hours).
Summary of steps to complete the training (if not already completed):
Please let your Foster Care Coordinator or the child's caseworker know if you have any questions.
Link to attachments in the "training packet":
Link to Google Drive folder with all of the above handouts:
Topic: Advanced Health Care Directives and what youth turning 18 (and older) should know about them
Date: Original presentation held December 7, 2010 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Archive Location: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wyoming-foster-care
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