Foster care provides a temporary solution that matches them with skilled caregivers like family members or relatives.
Children who are placed in foster homes will pursue their education, get medical care, and will have access to social services. The federal, regional and local organizations in America’s foster care system, as well as social services that facilitate adoption collaborate to ensure the health of the children in foster care.
Foster parents must be available to provide care 24 hours a day for their children. They must also possess the financial resources and sources beyond the ones they receive. Foster care also requires that you live in a safe and secure area. The authorities will require you to pass a welfare check. It may take up to two years before you can become a foster parent as you have to undergo introduction, education and the certification.