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Call HRT and our Family Recruiter will complete a short questionnaire with you regarding your family and household. Next they will schedule, or have someone call you back to schedule an orientation with you and your family.
It would be best to wait until the divorce has been finalized. Some of the necessary information, such as finances, will need to be current.
Possibly, depending on the circumstances and time of the arrest, but an arrest record does not automatically prevent you from becoming a licensed foster parent.
It is preferable to start the process AFTER moving into the new residence, as much of the paperwork requires a physical address.
Yes, as long as you can provide legal documentation of your residency in the U.S.
Not necessarily, but you will need to be able to provide verification that your net monthly income exceeds your monthly expenses.
No. As a foster parent, you will need to have a stable residence (i.e. apartment, rental home, condominium, townhome, etc.) that will be able to pass a Safety and Sanitation inspection.
You will need to sign a Consent to Release Information. HRT will then review your case file from the other agency and make a decision based on the information presented.