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Foster Care Rights and Responsibilities 2018

Foster parents play a vital role in the state’s effort to care for children in the care and custody of the Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF). DCYF staff serve foster parents with respect, concern, courtesy, and responsiveness, recognizing that service to the public is the primary mission of state government.   

Office of Innovation, Alignment, and Accountability

Mini-Conferences - Training Dates (Click here)

Upcoming Mini-Conferences! 
We are waiting for funding. The Governor's budget and supportive legislators are working to fund our Mini-Conferences for the next two years. These conferences could grow to included  classes for foster teens, bio-parents and others that work with our population. When yo talk to your legislaors, be sure to tell to support FPAWS efforts to help caregivers. Thanks for being there!

Having issues with your foster case? (Click here)

Having issues with your foster case?

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Foster Parent Retention Survey (Click here)

Daycare Form for GWL or a Mini-Conference (Click here)

We will try to provide daycare for all of our FPAWS Mini-Conferences and Great Wolf Lodge. Please use this form or send us all the requested information. Form says 2017, but it is the same for years to come, or until I figure out how to make a better form. If you are a form expert, feel free to take a stab at making this easier for folks!



Release of Information DLR Form(Click here)

If you would like FPAWS to be able to talk to Children's Administration about your case, this form will help.

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