en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foster_care

Foster care is a system in which a minor has been placed into a ward, group home or private .... Family-based foster care is generally preferred to other forms of out of home care. Foster care is intended to be a short term solution until a ...

www.childwelfare.gov/topics/outofhome/foster-care/fam-foster

In family foster care, children live with relative or nonrelative adults who have been approved by the State, or by an agency licensed by the State, to provide them ...

www.childwelfare.gov/topics/outofhome/foster-care/fam-foster/program-models-family

Out-of-Home Care ... Information and tools about Family to Family, a family foster care initiative that focuses on strengthening the ... Features a training that gives parents tools for handling their foster child's behavior and emotional issues and ...

kidshealth.org/en/kids/foster-families.html

There are many types of families. Some kids live with both parents. Others live with either just mom or just dad or go back and forth between their parents' homes ...

www.grandfamilies.org/Portals/0/Model%20Licensing%20Standards%20FINAL.pdf

Model Family Foster Home Licensing Standards that, for the first time, help ensure children in foster care are safe while also establishing a reasonable, ...

family.findlaw.com/foster-care/types-of-foster-care-group-homes-and-kinship-care.html

The two main options for foster care are group homes and kinship care. Learn about how these options work and more at FindLaw's Foster Care section.

www.kvc.org/blog/types-of-foster-care

Jan 16, 2018 ... All families face challenges and a wide range of factors can cause ... Adoption | Tags: foster parent, in-home family support, relative care, ...

www.ohiochildrensalliance.org/find-a-service/substitute-care-out-of-home-care/family-foster-care

Family Foster Care is for children whose families are unable to care for them ... or until a relative can be identified who will provide them a permanent home.

www.adoptuskids.org/adoption-and-foster-care/overview/foster-parenting

Many of them will be placed in group homes or other group residential settings because there are simply not enough foster families to care for all of the children.