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Serving The Youth and Families of Fremont County Since 1977
 
  Serving The Youth and Families of Fremont County Since 1977
Serving The Youth and Families of Fremont County Since 1977
Fremont County Group Homes Frequently Asked Questions  


Fremont County Group Homes
Q:  How much does it cost to place my child in the Group Home?
A: If your child is accepted into the Crisis Shelter program or the Runaway Program there will be no daily cost to the parent or guardian for room and board, but they will still be responsible for medical and transportation expenses. A Court Ordered placement is paid for by a contract with the state Department of Family Services.


Q: Can my child attend Church or be involved in their traditional cultural activities while placed in the Group Home?
A: Yes, we encourage the residents to remain involved in their religious or cultural activities.


Q: Can my child be involved in school activities or have a job while placed in the Group Home?
A: We encourage youth to be involved in the community and support their involvement in school activities.


Q: Can I place my child at any time – night or day?
A: The Group Homes are open to receive placements 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. However, you must call us before you bring your child here to make sure we have availability for placement and that your child’s issues are appropriate for our services.


Q: What kind of belongings do I bring for my child while they are placed?
A: Your child should have at least a weeks worth of clothes as they will be assigned a day weekly to do their laundry. Clothes should be appropriate for school with no shirts with messages supporting drugs or alcohol, or showing inappropriate body parts. They can bring their own toiletries and special blankets or stuffed animals if they want. All personal belongings must be marked with the child’s initials and listed on an inventory sheet.


Q: Can I have contact with my child at any time?
A: We will work closely with you to ensure you remain very involved in your child’s life.


Q: How are staff screen for employment?
A: All new staff must pass a full DCI/FBI background check and the state child abuse registry and a local law enforcement background check before they are considered for employment.



Serving The Youth and Families of Fremont County Since 1977  
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