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Is foster parenting a right?

No, foster parenting is not a right. There are times when the agency decides not to follow through with certifying a potential foster parent(s). This may be because clearances come back with concerns, a home does not meet agency standards, or it is         mutually agreed that foster parenting is not right for the potential foster parent at this time in his/her life. This does not necessarily happen often, and if there are concerns, we ask that the potential foster parent is honest from the beginning, as the agency will always be honest as well.  

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1. How old do you have to be to become a foster parent?
2. Do you have to be married in order to become foster parents?
3. What are the steps to becoming a foster parent?
4. Is foster parenting a right?
5. What resources are available to foster parents?
6. Are foster parents responsible for medical coverage of children in care?
7. Do foster parents receive financial support?
8. What does Cayuga County look for in a foster parent?
9. Does Cayuga County have children in need of adoption?
10. Is there a high need for foster parents?
11. I still have questions, who can I contact?
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