Child Protection and Family Services
Parent Aide Services
The provision of paraprofessional services to families, providing education and support to meet predetermined goals and prevent out-of-home child foster care placement. Services are provided as a component of Family Preservation Services in North Dakota.
Safety and Permanency Funds
A financial resource available to assist with the cost of necessities to prevent out-of-home foster care placement of a child or to promote reunification to the family.
Child Placement Services (Foster Care)
Juvenile court-ordered placement of children between the ages of birth and 18 years of age outside the parental home until a permanent plan is developed.
A program whereby payment for room, board, supervision, clothing and personal needs can be made for children who cannot live with relatives, but reside in a licensed foster home or residential facility.
Foster Home Licensing
The recruitment, assessment, and training of adult individuals or couples to provide substitute care to a minor child under the order of the court.
Provides payment of child care to licensed child care providers for an unmarried minor parent to enable them to complete their high school education.
The provision of a grant and/or medical assistance to families who adopt a child or children with special needs.
To file a child and abuse report