Information To Know
Becoming a foster parent
- Please visit FosterKSKids.org and review the Frequently Asked Questions and Find Your Agency sections to assist in deciding on a Child Placing Agency to help you work through the process of obtaining or continuing your foster care license.
- To learn more about Model Approach to Partnerships in Parenting (MAPP), please visit www.gomapp.com and train.childally.org.
As a foster parent you may be invited to something called an Icebreaker. We have attached information about:
- What is an icebreaker
- Why it is important to participate in the icebreaker
- What your role will be
After you participate in an Icebreaker DCF has prepared a survey to help receive feedback.
Continued and updated information about Safe Sleep for Infants can be found at the State and National Organization links below.
National Foster Parent Association (NFPA)
The Kansas Caregivers Support Network is an Agency Member of the NFPA. The NFPA provides information including where to start with becoming a foster parent, the Foster Parents Bill of Rights, Tax Guide information for Foster Parents, scholarships, and much more.
While kinship caregivers may not require a foster care license, it does have benefits, like increased access to resources and eligibility for respite care. Learn more through the flyer linked here.