Adult Foster Care licensing pausing due to COVID-19
Due to increased community spread of COVID-19, the Adult Foster Care licensing team has paused licensing new sites until further notice. If you wish to start the licensing process, submit the application and Adult Foster Care data collection forms (required for background studies) from the informational meeting no later than Monday, Nov. 30.
Any paperwork received after that date will not be processed until after we've deemed it safe and appropriate. We apologize for the inconvenience. Informational meetings will continue to be hosted virtually via Zoom.
What is adult foster care?
Adult family foster care is a licensed, living arrangement that provides food, lodging, supervision, and household services. Providers may also help with personal care and medication assistance.
Adult foster care providers may be licensed to serve up to four adults or five adults if all foster care residents are age 55 or older, have no serious or persistent mental illness, or any developmental disability.
You must live in the county where services will be provided.