Foster Care

Providing loving homes for Colorado’s children

What type of children does PPCH serve?

The Foster Care Program partners with all Colorado counties to serve children in need. Children served through our Foster Care Program may have developmental disabilities, behavioral challenges, or trauma related parenting needs. Foster parents and children are matched carefully based on the needs of the child and the skill set and experience of the foster parents.

How do I become a foster parent with PPCH?

The licensing process for foster parents involves multiple background checks and a series of clinical home interviews. All applicants are assigned a foster care worker to help them through this licensing process. Applicants should expect the licensing process to take 3-4 months from start to finish.

Do I have to live near PPCH to become a foster parent?

Our foster parents are located all throughout the metro area and surrounding areas. Close proximity to the main PPCH office is not a requirement, but foster parents are expected to visit the main PPCH office at least once monthly for agency meetings and on-going training.


If you are interested in becoming a Foster Parent or for questions about our foster services, please contact:

Mackenzie Wilusz, Operational Director of Licensed Programs

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Parker Personal Care Homes
Arvada, CO • Lakewood, CO • Aurora, CO

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