Volunteer at SJRC!
WHO WE ARE
History of SJRC
What Sets Us Apart
What We Do
About Our Programs
TBRI Our Model Of Care
Pregnant & Parenting Teen Program
Therapeutic Residential Foster Care
Foster Care and Adoption
USDA Child Nutrition Program
Stories of Healing and Hope
NEWS & EVENTS
SJRC In the News
Trash the Bag Challenge
How You Can Help
Become a Volunteer
Our Wish List
Ways to Give
Serving Up Hope
The Foster / Adopt Requirements
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Must be a Citizen, permanent resident, or other qualified alien of the United States as defined in 8 U.S.C. 1641(b).
Must be able to pass a background check for all household members over the age of 14, including DFPS Central Registry Check, DPS Check, and FBI Fingerprint Check.
Must possess a high school diploma or GED, and provide proof of educational level.
Must be able to pass a fire and health inspection.
Must obtain a TB test for all household members over the age of 1.
Must provide proof of marriage certificate, divorce decree or death certificate within immediate family, if applicable.
Must provide proof of financial status.
Must provide proof of pet vaccinations.
Must be in good physical and mental health.
Must have reliable transportation and current auto insurance/registration.
Must have a bedroom of at least 80 square feet for a foster child.
Must obtain all required Orientation, Pre-Service, and Annual training (provided by SJRC).
Must be willing to abide by a policy of no corporal punishment.
Must be willing to abide by the DFPS and State of Texas standards, as well as SJRC policies and procedures.
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