Become a Wisconsin Foster Parent

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What a difference this little girl has made in our lives. We feel truly blessed to have her in our family.

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Become a Wisconsin Foster Parent

Foster parents in Rock County are needed.

We are delighted you are exploring becoming a foster parent in Rock County, Wisconsin. We currently have a desperate need for more loving foster parents with flexible schedules to care for kids ages 3-18 and sibling groups. Whether you are in the early stages of exploring or ready to see if you qualify to be a foster parent, we would love to talk with you. Our staff is highly transparent and provides the information you need to make the best decision for yourself and your family. We provide details on the kids in foster care, how placements are decided, why kids are in foster care, the process to get licensed, and more.

CCR foster parents in Rock County receive 24/7 support.

We understand that being a foster parent can be a challenging yet rewarding experience, and there are many reasons families decide to foster children. One thing we know to be true is that foster parents cannot do it alone. To be a successful foster parent, there must be trusting relationships where foster parents feel supported. Trusting that an agency has your back and can help at all hours is critical. Services provided by the CCR team mean foster families can acquire the training needed and benefit from 24/7 support to enrich a child's life and help a child heal from trauma. It is our priority to ensure all foster parents receive an enhanced and individualized level of support, including:

  • Assigned Case Manager with 20 years of case management experience
  • Weekly in-home visits
  • Trauma-informed care training
  • 24/7 support
  • Individualized child treatment plans
  • Outstanding, responsive communication with case managers and supervisors

We desperately need homes throughout Rock county to join foster parents like Cindy and Doug. The couple has fostered six children since being licensed in 2018. They have made tremendous differences with each foster child in their care during that time. Doug and Cindy welcome kids between the ages of 6-13 in their home, boys and girls. We are grateful for their dedication and commitment. In addition to Doug and Cindy, we have families all over Rock county caring for sibling groups and teens. Please read about a boy named David and many of the kids in foster care hoping to find a loving home in our blog, Back in foster care after his mom's death.

Happy Foster Parents in Rock County Wisconsin posing after getting a foster care license

If you live in Rock County, chances are excellent you will be blessed to have Wanda as your Case Manager. Wanda has been with CCR for over 20 years and takes great pride in servicing and supporting her foster families and kids every week. She visits her families in their homes and schools to provide all necessary support, assistance, and encouragement.

Foster Care Case Manager Holding Map of southern Wisconsin Supporting foster parents and foster children for over 30 years.

Since 1989, we have helped thousands of kids grow by having highly trained foster parents who meet kids' higher emotional needs. Foster parents work closely with their assigned case manager to help children in their care heal from trauma histories. With a team approach and local in-home support, anyone with a love to give can be a successful foster parent.

We would love to speak with you about fostering with CCR. We promise to hold your hand during the licensing process and throughout your foster care journey.

If you qualify to be a foster parent and provide a flexible schedule, please contact us. We also encourage you to continue to explore our website and find many additional answers to the critical foster care questions you have.

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Middleton, WI 53562
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