Is my home okay?

Apartments, town homes, single-family homes - all are appropriate locations for foster care or adopted children. Most foster children share a bedroom with a same gender child close in age. They need to have their own beds; some need their own rooms. Most kids come with few possessions, but will need a dresser drawer and a bit of closet space. If they come to you without adequate clothing for the season, the children's social worker will assist in obtaining a clothing allowance.

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1. Do I have to live in Anoka County?
2. Do I have to live in a house?
3. Do I have to be married?
4. Can I be a single parent?
5. How old do I need to be?
6. Can I work outside of my home?
7. Who pays for the child's medical expenses?
8. Can a foster child share a bedroom with my child?
9. How long do foster children stay in foster homes?
10. Can I adopt a foster child?
11. Can we afford to take a child?
12. Is my home okay?
13. Where do the kids come from?
14. What are their needs?
15. How do I learn more about foster care?