Adult Foster Care

  1. Overview
  2. Types of Providers
  3. Licensing Process

Adult foster care is a licensed service for individuals age 18 and over that have a disability or functional impairment, are not able to live independently, and prefer to live in a community-based, home-like setting. Adult foster care providers offer food, lodging, protection, supervision, and household services.

Informational Meeting - Adult FAMILY Foster Care

We require people interested in becoming licensed for adult family foster care to attend an informational meeting. The informational meeting will provide an overview of adult family foster care services, the licensing process, and general expectations of providers. 

Due to COVID-19, we have switched some of our Informational meetings to Web-Ex online meetings. More meeting dates could switch to online pending the situation with COVID. Please RSVP to receive the link to the electronic meeting. Please also call if attending an electronic meeting will be difficult for you.

*Due to a high volume of Adult Foster Care applications waiting to be processed for license in relation to the current need of additional homes in Washington County, the Adult Foster Care Informational Meeting is on hold until further notice.

 The amount of time taking to be licensed is currently several months. When the current applications are processed, we will continue the informational meetings at that time. Thank you for your understanding.    

*Attendees will be required to attend a different training if they are more than 15 minutes late.

For additional information, questions, or to RSVP in case of cancellation, regarding adult foster care informational meetings, contact us: Phone: 651-430-8307 or Email Adult Foster Care Licensing.