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Permanent Family Recruitment Project ended in 2013
The PFRP project ended in 2013. During the project, progress was made to increase the number of African American licensed homes, especially among relative-kin families. Connections with potential families in the Latino community were made and youth focus groups were initiated. Please visit current adoption information in Ramsey County.
Resources - what matters most in regard to family placement, relationships, rules & more
Concurrent Permanency Planning Guide for Resource parents pdf
Concurrent Permanency Planning Guide for Birth Parents pdf
Latino Tip Sheet Packet (PDF - 222 KB): Highlights key benefits for children of recruiting Latino foster, adoptive, and kinship families, and provides helpful information about the importance of language in working with Latino families, and includes current census information about Latinos in America.
Nuestra Familia, Nuestra Cultura (Our Family, Our Culture): Promoting and Supporting Latino Families in Adoption and Foster Care (PDF – 888 KB): Offers specific tips and techniques for building cultural competence and increasing effectiveness in working with potential foster or adoptive parents of Latino heritage.
Newsletter and Progress Report 2012 (20 pp pdf)
Tips and Suggestions for Foster and Adoptive Parents (pdf 13 pp)
Tips and Suggestions for Social Workers (pdf 13 pp)