Become a Foster Parent
Provided by: Saskatchewan Foster Families Association
Visit the website for information and advice about the process of becoming a foster parent.
Foster parents can be married, single, same-sex, or common-law; of any race or ethnicity; with or without children of your own; a renter or homeowner; and experienced with, or willing to learn about, children with special needs.
Contact if you are interested in becoming a foster parent. All applicants and all residents of the home are required to participate in the evaluation process.
Criminal record check (applies to all adults living in home) and able to pass a child protection screening, and having no current or recent child protection history.
Saskatchewan Foster Families Association
231 Robin Crescent
Saskatoon SK S7L 6M8
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