Foster In Your Home
As a Volunteer Community Foster Parent, you offer to provide safety, stability, and loving care to children in your own home without financial compensation. This selfless work allows you to integrate a foster child into your home and life in order to support their developmental and social skills. Volunteer Community Foster Parents usually care for children who will be with Casa de Esperanza for a lengthy period of time. In rare cases where it is impossible or inappropriate for a child to return to their birth families, Casa de Esperanza works to prepare the child and a prospective foster-to-adopt family for a successful adoption.
Path to becoming a Licensed Foster Parent with Casa de Esperanza
The time from Step 1 to Step 5 is typically between 3 - 4 months.
1. Schedule a 15 minute call
Interested in learning more or are you ready to take your first step in your foster parent journey with Casa de Esperanza? Schedule a quick call! Our friendly team looks forward to having a brief conversation about your life and goals to see which path might be best for you and your family.
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2. Attend Orientation
Our team will go over the licensing procedures in greater detail so you can be prepared for the process ahead.
3. Complete the Application
A complete application will include a background check, reference check, and medical history.
4. Participate in Training
Our experienced and professional team will equip you with all the parenting tools!
Throughout your foster parenting journey, our team is available 24/7 to answer questions, address emergencies, and make sure you feel confident in meeting the unique needs of the child(ren) in your care.
5. Home Study & Verification
The last step before getting licensed! Prospective foster parents will participate in a Home Study and complete required inspections paid for by Casa de Esperanza.