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American Adoption Congress State Representative
Litchfield Park, AZ
Arizona Westside Womens Center
(623) 566-4100
Glendale, AZ
Robert J Allen Md
(602) 978-1447
Glendale, AZ
Arizona's Children Assocation Adoption Services
(520) 622-7611
2700 South 8th Avenue
Tucson, AZ
Creating Christian Families
(480) 626-4900
10401 E McDowell Mtn Ranch Rd, Ste. 2-386
Scottsdale, AZ
Hiram A Aquino Md
(623) 937-4763
Glendale, AZ
Alleqrucci & Duvall Pc
(623) 412-2330
Glendale, AZ
Harold R Newman
(623) 772-8200
17505 North 79th Ave, Suite 109
Glendale, AZ
Family, Criminal Defense, Contracts, Construction, Adoption
State Licensing
Arizona, New York

Arizona Adoption and Foster Care
(480) 345-9555
817 N. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ
Catholic Community Services in Western Arizona
(928) 341-9400
690 E. 32nd Street
Yuma, AZ

Foster Care Group Homes

Foster care group homes are supervised living arrangements for any minor or adult who is unable to live in a traditional family environment.

Differences Between Foster Care and Group Homes:


    Foster Care - a foster child lives in a family setting, with foster parents
    Group Homes - these homes are more like dormitories, the residents may become close friends or they may even consider one another family

    Age of Residents:

    Foster Care- provides a temporary family to minors under the age of 18
    Group Homes - a living arrangement for adults or children who are unable to live independently

    Reasons for Placements:

    Foster Care - these children are often unable to live with their families because of abuse, neglect, parental imprisonment, or behavioral issues.
    Group Homes - this type of arrangement is usually for adults or children with disabilities or behavior problems, where they can get the professional assistance they need. However, some group homes are staffed with relatively young shift workers with high turnover.


    Foster Care - foster families are given funds by a state or county social service agency, who then monitors decisions related to care.
    Group Homes - can be financed by organizations, either profit or nonprofit, or funded by the government.

    Goals of Care:

    Foster Care - to provide children with a safe temporary environment until they can rejoin their family, become adopted, or unti...

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