The British Columbia Ministry of Children and Family Development is seeking qualified applicants to fulfil the Support Home role in Caregiver Support Networks that are being established in the following nine communities: Chilliwack, Dawson Creek, Delta, Duncan, Penticton, Smithers, Houston, Trail and Tri-Cities.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please click on the “Notice of Opportunity” PDF attachment containing your community’s name.Please note that if this website does not contain an attachment with your community’s name, it means that the application period for your community has yet to begin or has already closed. Check back here for future postings.
Please click on the “CSN – Guidance Document for Selection of Support Homes” PDF attachment to read some frequently asked questions regarding this opportunity. This document is applicable to all nine of the communities.
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BCFFPA has created a documentary-style video to be used for recruitment of new foster parents across the Province. We hope that you feel it’s a good representation of your experiences as a foster parent. Thank you, from all of us at BCFFPA, for the valuable and difficult work you do and for your commitment to BC’s young people.
The Board of Directors has chosen a new brandmark to reflect the vision and future direction of BCFFPA. The logo symbolizes strength, balance, grounding, roots, commonality, diversity and being an integrated part of the whole. The logo was created by a BC designer and is based on the belief that foster families are a branch of the family tree. In the coming months, this new logo will be in use on letterhead and materials you receive from BCFFPA and we will be launching a new website featuring the logo and an updated image. We hope you like it as much as we do!
Changes have been made to the Criminal Record Checks for Care Providers effective October 1, 2010. The NEW Criminal Record Check Policy and Procedures for Caregivers will take effect and will apply to all criminal record checks for caregivers.