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Could you be a foster or adoptive parent?

September 29, 2012 | By | Comments More

Historic City News readers interested in providing a loving home for children in need of a temporary family, are encouraged to attend pre-service training classes for prospective foster and adoptive parents hosted by the St Johns County Family Integrity Program.

The course will run for ten consecutive weeks and is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, October 1 in the Health and Human Services Building located at 1955 US-1 South in St Augustine.

There is no obligation or cost, and classes are fun, informative, and challenging.

Classes will last for approximately three hours, and child care is not provided.

The Family Integrity Program works under contract from the Department of Children and Families to provide Foster Care, Protective Services, Independent Living, Adoption, and Preventative services to St Johns County families in times of crisis.

For additional information, interested parties are invited to attend the initial class or call the St Johns County Health and Human Services Department 904.209.6131.

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