Who can be a foster parent?
To be a foster parent, you must be at least 21 years of age, have enough room to accommodate a child, be certified as a foster parent, and have a stable income to support your existing family. You do not need to be married, own your own home, or be a parent already. Families of all religions, races, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds are needed.

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1. What is foster care?
2. Who are foster parents?
3. Who can be a foster parent?
4. What do foster parents do?
5. Which children need homes the most?
6. I work outside my home; can I still be a foster parent?
7. How can I learn more about becoming a foster parent?
8. How can I support the Broomfield Health and Human Services foster care program?