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Foster and Kinship Care Education

The Foster and Kinship Care Education (FKCE) Program provides training classes to foster and kinship caregivers, as well as non-relative extended family members at 65 community colleges throughout California. Title IV-E funds are used to match the California Community Colleges Proposition 98 funds for the purpose of reimbursing the California Community Colleges, Chancellor’s Office for the Federal share of costs in providing foster parent and kinship care provider training.These classes are open to relative caregivers who wish to attend as well as prospective and current foster parents who must attend to become licensed or to maintain their license as a foster parent. Through an agreement with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s office, the FKCE Program and the Department of Social Services offer these classes at various California Community Colleges to allow for a large network of providers to attend. Classes cover a numbers of learning objectives and are free of charge.

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  • Audience For Entry: Professionals, Families
  • Service Area: California
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