- To be treated with dignity, respect, and consideration;
- To receive training and support from the Department;
- To receive timely financial reimbursement for the care of a child;
- To receive reasonable notice of any planned change in placement for the child; and
- To receive notice of court dates if requested.
As a foster parent, you also have the right to intervene in a case once you have had the child in your home for 90 days. The decision of whether to intervene can be dynamic and involves many factors.
Being a foster parent is complicated and Padilla Law has worked with foster parents for over a decade. We represent children, foster parents, and parents in dependency and neglect cases in the District Court and appellate courts in Colorado. If you have questions, feel free to schedule a consultation with Beth Padilla.