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Become a Foster Parent

Trinity is seeking to certify families or individuals, regardless of religious affiliation, ethnicity, race, whether they are male or female, single or married, working or retired, with or without children, or identify LGBTQ. Trinity strives to maintain sibling relationships and therefore values families who are willing and able to care for sibling groups and/or who are committed to arranging frequent sibling visits. We want to partner with you and your family to assist you through the steps to become a foster/resource parent. Our knowledgeable staff will guide you through the process.


Sign Up
Click the button below to create a login. We will then match you with a staff member to help you start the process.

Orientation
A staff member will schedule you for a two-hour overview of Trinity Youth Services and the programs it offers through foster care and adoptions and what it means to be a resource parent.

Application
Completion of online application, pre-approval forms and documents.

Training
Pre-approval training consists of both online and in person training components.

Home Visits/Home Study
This step has three main components.
1.) Initial walk-through
2.) 1-2 home inspections walk-throughs
3.) 3 in-person interviews

Approval!
Questions? Call our toll-free number at 888.346.9645.

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Virtual Information Session & Words of Encouragement
Hallmark leading lady and foster care and adoptive mom, Jen Lilley, joins us for a virtual information session. After being adopted and discovering she is real life royalty, Princess Sarah Culberson shares an inspiring message to those thinking about becoming foster or adoptive parents. Single dad, Barry Farmer, shares his new found purpose after becoming a foster and adoptive parent.





Learn More About Trinity Youth Services
Sharon Doyle shares why she chose Trinity Youth Services. Foster Care and Adoptions Director, Jackie Jakob, shares what is rewarding about her work. CEO, Cher Ofstedahl, discusses how one caring adult can make a difference in a child's life.





Make an Appointment to Speak with Our Team
Not sure if becoming a resource parent is right for you? Plan a 30-minute virtual meeting with our caring and knowledgeable staff to learn more about the certification process and what to expect.
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