OKDHS is grateful to you for caring for Oklahoma’s most vulnerable children and would like to share with you our guidance regarding COVID-19.
Become a Foster Parent
What do we do for you?
Oklahoma Fosters uses a grassroots approach to coordinate foster care recruitment efforts between government, business, faith, and nonprofit organizations to solve the foster care crisis in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Human Services utilizes both internal and external foster care recruiters to spread awareness about the state’s need for more outstanding foster families.
In addition to enhancing recruitment efforts for both foster and adoptive families, Oklahoma Fosters utilizes pre-existing networks (e.g., city chambers, churches, Rotary Clubs) to spread information about the cause throughout the state.
For more information, or to get involved, call the foster parent hotline, 1-800-376-9279.
News & Events
Zoom Info Session – Termination of Parental Rights’ Trials – What to Expect (panel discussion with training credit)
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Hello Foster and Adoptive Parents, Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS) has collaborated with the National Resource Center for Youth Services (NRCYS) to hold virtual Kinship, …
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