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Thank you for your interest in foster care and adoption.Here you will find general information about foster care and adoption from foster care in Washington state.
11 In Washington State, in order to adopt a child from foster care or provide foster care, you must complete an orientation and a pre-service training course called Core Training.
The training course is the same for: The classes are offered in locations throughout the state and cover a variety of topics having to do with the needs of children in the foster care system.
Children of all ages and descriptions need families to come forward and adopt them.
In adoption, children join your family permanently.
To meet this need, we are looking at all kinds of families.
What is most important to these children is to be placed with a family who will nurture them, who will advocate for them, and who will not give up on them. You can be single, married, or in a committed relationship. You can have parented before or be new to parenting. Families are sought on the basis of their ability to successfully parent a child and not on their race, ethnicity, culture, income, age, marital status, religion, appearance, or lifestyle.
Foster parents provide a temporary home for children who, for one reason or another, have been removed by the court from the care of their birth parents.
These children are in the temporary custody of the State (the Department of Social and Health Services) while their parents are given the opportunity to complete services that will allow the children to be returned home if this is in the best interest of the child.
Most children who enter foster care return to their birth families.
In some cases, the birth family is not able to successfully complete services and the court permanently deprives them of their parental rights.