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The Social Services Department, Programs I, is made up of six Programs that relate to Human Services.

Each Program has lead staff and support staff that have Federal and Tribal regulations to follow.

 

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Anita Bailor, Programs 1 Manager,  541-444-8220

Raina Johnston, Programs 1 Assistant,  541-444-8261

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Indian Child Welfare »

Foster Parents Needed! »

Many times when children come into foster care there is very little notification of when this will occur. Having foster parents available and homes certified ensures that the transition for the child going in to foster care is as smooth as possible. If you are thinking about becoming a foster parent, relative placement, or have questions, please contact the Recruitment and Retention Specialist at 800-922-1399 ext. 8338.

Click Here for:  Frequently Asked Questions 

To apply to become a foster parent, please print and fill out the Foster Home Application and Attachments. All adults residing in the home or visiting the home frequently must submit to fingerprint based criminal background checks and child welfare checks. Arrangements for fingerprinting must be made through the certifier, at the time of application.

Please send copies of the following with your completed application:


- State issued drivers licenses/ identification of all persons in the home who have one.
- Vehicle insurance for all drivers in the household, covering all vehicles in which children will be transported.

Return completed applications to:

CTSI ICW Program
Attn: Recruitment and Retention Specialst
PO Box 549 
Siletz, OR 97380

Foster Home Application PDF

Foster Parent Questionaire PDF