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We are so happy you are exploring how to become a foster parent in Kenosha County. There are many children in Kenosha and the surrounding area in need of a loving foster home. We always have a need for more foster parents in the southeast part of Wisconsin that can offer flexible schedules. We currently have a desperate need for new families with flexible schedules to care for kids over the age of 10. The CCR offers a promise to be available to you and exceed your expectations with communication and support services.
A foster care license can be issued in as little as 4 months. New foster parent training prepares families to care for children with heightened emotions and behaviors due to prolonged neglect and abuse. Each child will have an individual treatment plan to address trauma and allow for healing. Foster parents are an important part of a professional team.
Most CCR kids are of school age. It is not often that we place infants, babies, or toddlers. If this is your desire you may wish to contact your county foster agency. A typical CCR placement will last 12-24 months.
Margaret has been a foster parent in Kenosha for 4 years. She is shown here with her adopted daughter Cheyenne. Margaret fostered Cheyenne for 27 months prior to adoption. Dominic and Carol currently have two children in their care, a 7-year old girl and her 10-year old brother. Their case manager Monica has been with CCR for 9 years and she herself was a foster child. The relationships between foster parents and case managers are a huge part of our success in helping children heal from trauma.
If you have patience and love to give, you can do this work!
There is a large need for new foster parents throughout Kenosha County, Wisconsin. We need homes to welcome teens, elementary ages, and sibling groups.
If you qualify to be a foster parent and can provide love, patience, and stability for children with different emotions and behaviors due to what they have been through, we would love to speak with you. We also encourage you to explore our website and find many answers to the important foster care questions you have.