Become a Foster Parent or
Foster to Adopt
Serve Sonoma County’s foster care needs and take the next steps to become a foster parent.
- Have a stable source of income sufficient to meet your family’s needs
- Ability to provide approved adult supervision for a foster child whenever he or she is in your home
- Have a bedroom for a foster child (individual or shared with a child of same gender and similar
Contact one of these resources and start the process:
Sonoma County Foster Family and Adoption Recruitment
Contact: Foster Home Developer
TLC Child & Family Services
- Start the process by contacting the county or a private agency
- Attend Partnerships in Parenting (PIP) classes (free, est. 20 hours)
- Obtain CPR and First Aid certificates
- Health screening and recent TB test (form provided)
- Fingerprinting/Background check (form provided)
- Home visit and home certification
Finding the process confusing? Need prayer or support to take the next steps?
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