Foster Parent Resources

Education, Support and Other Resources for Current Foster Parents

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Reasonable & Prudent Parenting Standards

Curriculum for foster parents from the Georgia Department of Human Services, including scripts, PowerPoints and resource information for two curriculums geared toward educating staff/caregivers and one for educating youth in foster care ages 14 years and older.

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Foster Care Bill of Rights & Foster Parent Resources

The Georgia Foster Parents Bill of Rights, outlining the rights you have as a foster parent concerning non-discrimination, distribution and disclosure of information, financial reimbursement and the right to have input into case planning for children.

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Georgia State University/Andrew Young School of Social Work

The Andrew Young School of Social Work at Georgia State University provides a number of free courses and workshops related to traumas in youth and children and how to respond to them as caregivers.

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Georgia Families 360°

This presentation outlines the services provided to foster parents throught Georgia Families 360°, a resource for care coordinators provided through Amerigroup Insurance.

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Darkness to Light

Darkness to Light offers training that specializes in the education and prevention of child sexual abuse, other forms of abuse, and mandated reporting.

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Specific Learning Challenges

Special education teacher Porscha Davis provides a recorded seminar regarding caring for children with specific learning challenges.
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Adoptive & Foster Parents Associations of GA

AFPAG concentrates on training and education of adoptive/foster parents and others working in the fields of adoption and family foster care. They provide resources and education for foster and adoptive parents across the state.

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Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development: TCU

This course offers an informal, yet thorough approach to Trust-Based Relational Intervention®, an evidence-based intervention for children from hard places of abuse, neglect, and/or trauma.

We’re here to support you! Contact our Foster Team with any needs or questions.

Agnetta Delancy-Clarke
Agnetta Delancy-Clarke
Director of Specialized Foster Care
Pat Matthew
Arlene “Pat” Matthew
Assistant Director of Specialized Foster Care