Children who are removed from their parents’ custody need physical and emotional safety. We recruit and prepare families to welcome children into their homes and care for them. To show our commitment to the children and the foster families, we offer on-going supportive services to enhance the foster family experience. We also offer Medically Complex training for families wishing to foster infants/children who need a higher level of care. Our foster care specialists are always on call to help place children and respond to foster families.
The greatest need is for foster families who will care for sibling groups and children age 4 and older – especially teens. We work with non-relative and relative foster homes.
Training and orientation schedule:
Call us or visit the DES website www.azdes.gov/az_adoption for this and more information on foster care in Arizona.
Please also see the Arizona Partnership for Children (AzPac) website for scheduled foster family trainings.
How to participate:
Contact our intake line, and we will meet with you in person to review your specific family situation and help determine if foster care licensure is right for you.
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