Foster care is the temporary placement of a child in a new home away from his or her family. Children are placed into foster care for a variety of reasons; abandonment, abuse or neglect, or the incarceration or hospitalization of a parent. Placement in a foster home protects the child while ongoing social workers provide the biological family with resources and skills to be safe and effective parents to have their child returned to their home.
CTSHealth recognizes the value of the role the licensed resource parent has in providing services to clients in our care and will:
Below is a list of items required before being considered as a Foster Parent.
In addition to the above items, each potential Foster Parent must complete an application to become a resource parent including home study, financial, personal, medical, mental health assessment by our team of licensing professionals.
Founder and President, Clarence Sutton, created CTS through his vision of improving the quality of life for children who have experienced unfortunate situations beyond their control. Clarence’s passion for fostering and restoring a child’s belief in his/her potential has continued to be a motivating factor in the agency's and staff's best practices.