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K-Town’s foster family initiative continues

March 17, 2015
KFAM and DCFS hold an information session for about 30 people interested in becoming licensed foster parents. (Kim Chul-soo/Korea Times)

KFAM and DCFS hold an information session for about 30 people interested in becoming licensed foster parents Saturday. (Kim Chul-soo/Korea Times)

The Los Angeles Korean American community continues to look to find foster homes for children.

The Korean Foster Family Initiative, launched by Korean American Family Services and LA County’s Department of Children and Family Services last year, drew about 30 Korean Americans to its orientation Saturday.

So far, 21 people have become licensed foster parents through the initiative, according to Project Manager Estee Song. Seven Korean children have found foster homes.

The process is a yearlong one that involves information sessions, a 33-week-long training program and background checks.

For more information, call 844-532-6459.

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