How to Become a Foster Parent in Eau Claire County

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How to Become a Foster Parent in Eau Claire County

Become a foster parent in Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Thank you for exploring how to become a foster parent with CCR. The need for foster parents in Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, is great. We especially need more homes wanting to care for young sibling groups and kids over age 10. Most CCR foster homes in Northwest Wisconsin area are full now. We are turning away children referred to us regularly. Please consider helping and contact us today.

Get a Wisconsin foster care license in 3 months.

Motivated applicants in Eau Claire can be licensed quickly. Although there are many steps to becoming a foster parent with CCR, we walk you through the process at a comfortable pace. Upon licensure, a local Clinical Case Manager is assigned to your home, and weekly in-home support visits are provided. The CCR staff prepares new foster parents and ensures all families have the confidence to foster children with trauma histories. 

Why choose a private foster agency?

The most significant difference between agencies is the amount of support and personal attention you will receive.

  • Weekly in-home support visits and school visits focused on helping kids heal.
  • 24/7 helpline so you can speak with a CCR case manager after hours at any time.
  • All CCR case managers have a master's degree in social work allowing for a clinical approach.
  • A 16-year average length of employment among CCR case managers means they are dedicated.
  • Trauma-informed care training before and during your foster care journey to help you help the kids.
  • Maximum of 15 kids allowed on each case manager's caseload to prevent burnout and frustration.

Foster parents are needed in Eau Claire county.

Many CCR families in the Eau Claire area are caring for sibling groups but our need is great. Unfortunately, many siblings have suffered prolonged neglect due to parental drug use and are in need of homes. CCR places siblings together in one home and provides all necessary support services to kids and foster parents. As a result, we continually witness tremendous growth and healing with young sibling groups. 

Longtime CCR foster parent Margaret is shown with Brian, our placement coordinator. Brian has been dedicated to CCR for 24 years and knows Rebecca and her family well. He has worked with Rebecca closely, placing over 30 children in her home. In addition, Margaret's case manager has provided the family support services for 18 years! The relationship between foster parents and case managers is a huge part of our success in helping children heal from trauma.

We would love to speak with you if you can provide a flexible schedule to children with trauma. We encourage you to explore our website and find many answers to your important foster care questions you have.

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