Treatment Foster Care Services

Recruitment

Vetting

Licensing

Training

Matching & Placing Children

Monitoring &
Supervising

Advocating

First Responder Crisis Stabilization Specialist On Site

What is Treatment Foster Care?

Treatment Foster Care is a specialized model of support that provides children and teens with a customized blend of traditional treatment foster care in a loving home environment. As a Treatment Foster Care parent you will be trained and licensed as a level- three or higher caregiver capable of providing a structure, stable and supportive home. You will also receive specialized instruction sand a tailored treatment plan designed to meet the individualized needs of each child placed in your home.

Who are Treatment Foster Care Youth?

Treatment Foster Care Youth are children and adolescents who experience an unfortunate disruption in their home, school environment and/or their communities. The child may display behavioral issues, cognitive delays, physical disabilities, aggression, and development delayed. They often need a loving, structured supportive environment to grow and thrive

How Do I Become A Treatment Foster Parent?

Qualifications of a level Three Treatment Foster Parent MUST have at least three of the following: 

  • Minimum of one year of experience as a foster parent or kinship care provider with a child placed in the home for at least one year.

  • Minimum of five years experience working with a parenting children.

  • Minimum of 500 hours of experience as a respite care provider for children under the supervision of a human service agency.

  • High school diploma or the equivalent.

  • College, vocational, technical or advanced degree in the area of child treatment needs such as; nursing, medicine, social work or psychology.

  • Substantial relationship with the child to be placed through previous experience as a staff person or volunteer involvement in the child’s case or as a family member or friend of the family & the foster child.

  • Work of personal experience for which the applicant has demonstrated the knowledge, skill, ability and motivation to meet the needs of a child who needs level three treatment foster care.

  • Substantial relationship with the child to be placed through previous experience as a staff person or volunteer involvement in the child’s case or as a family member or friend of the family & the foster child.

As a Treatment Foster Parent, I can Expect:

  • Monthly Compenstion.

  • A caring and supportive team of professionals to assist with both the parent and child’s needs.

  • An Opportunity to be a part of a child’s life.

  • On-going parent training to receive / maintain your license.

  • A Foster Parent Support Group.

Dr. M. TiptonDirector
Mrs. T. JordanAdministrator
Mr. MauerTreatment Foster Care Specialist
Mrs. S. FarrellCPA Consultant
Mrs. EC-BrownHuman Resources Director
Mrs. O. El-AminCorporate Affairs Director
Mrs. T. Falls-MarchAdministrative Assistant