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Become a foster parent in Dodge County

Thank you for exploring how to become a foster parent with us. We are always in need of additional foster homes in Dodge County.

As a new CCR foster parent, you will begin your journey as a level 2 (basic) foster home, just like you would with Dodge County foster care. With experience, foster parents may choose to provide treatment foster care, levels 3 and 4, to care for children with heightened behaviors and emotions due to significant trauma. Remaining at level 2 is okay too.

So, what is the difference between CCR and county agencies like Dodge? The differences are mainly found in the amount of support and attention you will receive and the unmatched experience and education of our staff.

  • Weekly in-home support and school visits with a focus on helping kids heal.
  • 24/7 helpline allows all foster parents to speak with a CCR case manager within minutes any time of day.
  • All CCR case managers have a master's degree in Social Work allowing for a clinical approach.
  • A 15-year average length of employment among our case managers, means they love working at CCR.
  • Trauma-informed care training before and during your foster care journey to help you care for the kids.
  • A maximum of 15 kids are allowed on each case manager's caseload ensuring quality, individual attention for you and the kids.

We place kids of all ages and many are sibling pairs and groups. A typical placement will last 12-24 months.

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 important foster care questions you have.

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