Become a Foster Parent in Chippewa County, Wisconsin

Mark C. Janesville

We transferred from our county agency and we can honestly say there is nothing out there like CCR. The attentiveness is amazing!

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Become a Foster Parent in Chippewa County, Wisconsin

Foster parents are needed in Chippewa County.

We are thrilled you are exploring how to become a foster parent with us. At this time, we desperately need foster parents in Chippewa County to care for older kids and younger sibling groups. We continuously get referrals for older youth, and sadly, we turn away dozens of kids each month because we don't have enough foster homes in the Chippewa area.

Our professional, experienced team is available 24/7 to provide you with all the support services you'll need to care for children. Upon getting a foster care license, a Clinical Case Manager will be assigned to your home. The CCM will provide weekly in-home visits to offer all the support needed to care for children successfully. In addition, Case Managers visit the children either at school or at home every week. Our foster parents appreciate and depend on weekly home visits for support and guidance.

Why do foster parents choose a private foster agency like CCR?

We understand that being a foster parent can be a challenging yet rewarding experience, and there are many reasons families decide to foster children. We also understand that families have options when choosing an agency. Services provided by the CCR team allow foster parents to acquire necessary trauma-informed care training and benefit from round-the-clock, 24/7 support. Successful foster parents cannot do this work alone. It takes a team approach and an agency that keeps its promises to hold your hand and have your back. Since 1989, CCR has been helping kids from all over the state heal by offering foster families support beyond industry standards.

What foster parents have come to expect from CCR:

  • Trauma-informed care training
  • 24/7 support services
  • Master's level Case Managers
  • Weekly in-home visits
  • Incredibly high employee retention rates
  • Individualized treatment plans for all kids
  • No more than 15 kids per Case Manager
  • Full access to supervisors

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

Children are referred to CCR when a county foster home is unavailable. Perhaps a child needs to be in a home without younger children where healing can happen with more undivided attention. Maybe a county doesn't have a foster home for a large sibling group so kids can be together. Or there may be a child that would do best in a house with a stay-at-home parent. Whatever the reason, CCR can accommodate kids from all over the state. Treatment foster care brings additional needs, most importantly, the need for stable family life. These children are often the victims of prolonged neglect, abuse, or abandonment. As a result, they have heightened emotional, behavioral, or developmental problems. At CCR, we empower foster families to help kids overcome trauma and prepare for the future.

Foster parents succeed with local support services.

Lynn and Scott received their foster care license in 2019. Caring for children ages 12 and under has been a wonderful experience. They have welcomed a sibling set of 2 and a single child to their home to date. Case Worker visits are beneficial and happen every week in their Chippewa County home. Diane is the Clinical Case Manager in Chippewa and has been assigned to support a variety of CCR foster homes over her nine years with the agency.

We place kids of all ages, and many are sibling pairs and groups. Of course, like all over the nation, our greatest need is homes for kids over the age of 10.

If you qualify to be a foster parent and can provide a flexible schedule, love, and stability to children in need of a loving home, we would love to speak with you. We also encourage you to explore our website and find many additional answers to the critical foster care questions you have.

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We desperately need more foster homes in all counties for sibling groups and teens.


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