- Child Foster Care -

Foster families provide homes for children whose families are unable to care for them. They are asked to take someone else's child into their home, care for the child and treat the child as a member of their family.

Foster Care is more than having a child or children in your home on a temporary basis. It is an opportunity to work with the child’s biological parents to help build a child’s future. Often children continue to visit their families until they can be reunited. In addition to food, housing, and clothing, they need emotional support, guidance, and, above all, hope.

What is Foster Care? Check out this Video.

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Below are the Rules and Statutes that are pertinent to each of the Licensing categories.
We suggest that you visit the State of Minnesota Revisor's website using the link below to review and/or print each section applicable to your program license.

Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 245A (Human Services Licensing Act)
Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 245C (Human Services Background Studies Act)
Minnesota Rules, parts 2960.0010 to 2960.3340 (Rule 203)

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