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Representing All California Resource Families


Caregiver Day at the Capitol is January 22, 2019.

On January 30, 2018, 50+ caregivers came to Sacramento to share their stories and experiences with decision-makers in order to improve supports and services for children in foster care.  Caregivers were empowered by the opportunity to share their insight into the realities of foster care.

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Quarterly meetings in January, April and July – dates to be announced. Next year’s conference (43rd annual) will be October 10-12 at the Ontario Airport Hotel.

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2018 3rd Quarterly Meeting Dates

3rd Quarterly Meeting July 20 and 21, 2018.  All held at the Hilton Sacramento Arden West Hotel in Sacramento.

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2018 CSFPA Campership Scholarship Applications Now Available

IT’S TIME FOR CAMP!!   The California State Foster Parent Association is happy to announce we are taking applications for 2018 Summer Camp scholarships.  As a member of CSFPA, any child in your home (foster, adoptive, biological) is eligible to apply. Click Read More below for Application for the Campership Scholarship. Four (4) scholarships per region will be awarded for…

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Caregiver Day at the Capitol

California Alliance of Caregivers is hosting “Caregiver Day at the Capitol” on Tuesday, January 30, 2018, 8:30 AM – 5:30 pm at The California Endowment Sacramento Meeting Place in Sacramento. For more information, and to register to attend, contact Jenn Rexroad at jrexroad@cacaregivers.org or 530-312-0480. Website: www.cacaregivers.org/cdatc/

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Changes for 2018 Affecting World of Children

It’s a new year with lots of changes affecting the world of caring for children in foster care. There are questions and confusion as the new CCR (Continuum of Care Reform) and RFA (Resource Family Approval) laws and policies are being initiated. In addition, there are still changes being made as they are rolled out. Below are some ways you…

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California Victim Compensation

California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) Did you know every child in foster care is eligible for assistance from the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCB) for services? In the past, social workers would file a claim when a child was detained, but this is no longer the case. Every child who enters foster care is a victim of a crime –…

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2018 1st Quarterly Meeting Dates

1st Quarterly Meeting January 12 and 13, 2018.  All held at the Hilton Sacramento Arden West Hotel in Sacramento.

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2018 2nd Quarterly Meeting Dates

2nd Quarterly Meeting April 27 and 28, 2018.  All held at the Hilton Sacramento Arden West Hotel in Sacramento.

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Newsletters in 2018

The CSFPA’s newsletters will be going electronic in 2018. Make sure we have your email address on file, so you don’t miss an issue. Send your email address to the Newsletter Chair at CSFPAnewsletter@gmail.com.”

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