RBWO Foster Parents
Foster parents play a vital role in Georgia’s efforts to care for children, central to these efforts is the partnership between the Department of Family and Children Services and foster parents. The Foster Parents Bill of Rights, which was signed into law by Governor Sonny Perdue on May 5, 2004 during Georgia’s recognition of National Foster Care Month, strengthens this partnership and supports the work of foster parents.
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The Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) is responsible for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), food stamp benefits, and social services to assist low-income families or families in crisis.
Safe Children. Strengthened Families. Stronger Communities.
We prioritize the safety of Georgia’s children in the decisions we make and the actions we take. We strengthen families toward independence and build stronger communities with caring, effective and responsive service.
Visit the web site at: www.FosterGeorgia.com