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How to Become a Foster Parent in Barron County

Foster care homes needed in Barron County, Wisconsin

Thank you for exploring how to become a foster parent in Barron county with CCR. We desperately need foster homes in all areas of Northwest Wisconsin, especially Barron county, to care for sibling groups and kids ages 3-18.

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We understand that being a foster parent can be a challenging yet rewarding experience, and there are many reasons families decide to foster children. One thing we know for sure, after 31 years, is foster parents cannot do it alone. Services provided by the CCR team mean foster families can acquire the training needed and benefit from 24/7 support to enrich a child's life and help a child heal from trauma. It is our priority to ensure all CCR foster parents receive an enhanced and individualized level of support, including:

  • Trauma-informed care training
  • 24/7 support
  • Weekly in-home visits
  • Individualized child treatment plans
  • Outstanding, responsive communication with staff

Wisconsin foster children often need more than what a basic foster home can provide.

Children placed with CCR bring additional needs, most importantly, the need for stable family life. These children, typically aged 3-18, are often the victims of neglect, abuse, or abandonment. As a result, they have heightened emotional, behavioral, or developmental challenges. In addition, many of these children have experienced significant trauma, making it difficult to participate — let alone succeed — in school and the home. Therefore, we need foster homes in Barron county with very flexible schedules to meet the needs of children. In addition, we need foster homes that will consider caring for sibling groups.

CCR foster parents create outstanding outcomes.

Since 1989, we have helped thousands of kids grow by having highly trained foster parents who can meet kids' higher emotional needs. In addition, foster parents work closely with their assigned case manager to help children in their care heal from trauma histories. With a team approach and local in-home support, anyone with a love to give can be a successful foster parent. Qualifying to be a foster parent begins with a phone call. We would love to speak with you and help you explore.

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4 siblings, 2 foster homes, one wonderful day!😍 In instances where siblings are not placed together, we strive to connect two CCR families, fostering strong and healthy connections. This weekend, these siblings had a great visit, enjoying some fun and bonding time. The relentless efforts of the two families in ensuring these connections stay strong are truly inspiring! A heartfelt thank you to both couples for their unwavering dedication! ❤❤ ... See MoreSee Less
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