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Available for Adoption
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Birth Parent Information
Special Needs Adoption Process
- Who can adopt?
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- What are the fees associated with adoption?
- Are adoptive parents eligible for subsidy?
- Will we have a choice as to the child we adopt?
- Are we told everything about the child? (i.e. medical history, family situation, education, religion, employment, background of parents, reason for relinquishments, etc.)
- Available for Adoption
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Foster Care FAQs
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- Who are the children that need foster care?
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- Do I get to choose the children who come into my foster home?
- What kind of financial/medical help is available if I foster children?
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- Can we foster if we both work full time?
- How many children can be in a foster home?
- What are the required conditions of my home to become a foster home?
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- What are the classes like, that prepares people to care for foster children?
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Child Protective Service FAQs
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