Thank you for exploring how to become a foster parent with us. We are always in need of loving homes with flexible schedules in Kewaunee County and would love to speak with you about your interests.
CCR foster families accept a variety of children based on their interests and license level. The majority of kids have trauma histories from prolonged neglect and/or abuse and require foster parents to have a flexible day-to-day schedule to meet their needs.
John and Cindy live in Kewaunee county and were licensed in the summer of 2017. Within two weeks of getting their license, they accepted the placement of a 12-year-old boy and his 9-year-old sister. The children were in a county foster home prior to being welcomed by John and Cindy. CCR immediately helped the couple put services in place for both children to receive necessary therapy to address their trauma histories from years of neglect. The sibling pair stayed with John and Cindy for 17 months before returning home to their family. The kids grew tremendously during their time with John and Cindy!
What is the difference between CCR and other foster care agencies?
If you are interested in younger children, we request that you are open to helping children up to age 12. Of course, our greatest need is homes for teens but we place all ages and all sizes of sibling groups too. It is okay to have a preference for the age group you wish to help.
If you qualify to be a foster parent and can provide love and stability to children, we would love to speak with you. We encourage you to explore our website and find many answers to the important questions about Wisconsin foster care you may have.