Our top priority continues to be the health and safety of our trainers, staff, students and community. Due to the recent and escalating coronavirus (COVID-19) developments in our communities, the decision has been made to hold all FKCE classes online starting Tuesday, April 14, 2020.
The Citrus College Foster and Kinship Care Education and RFA Programs provide quality education and support services to foster youth attending Citrus College, foster/kinship families and the foster youth in their home. Training topics include but are not limited to fetal alcohol syndrome, child development, bonding through play, discipline, emancipation, financial aid options and much more.
Specialized Programs Offered
Statewide mandate if caring for children/adolescence with severe emotional behavior
Statewide mandate if caring for medical fragile children/adolescence
Whole Family Foster Home (WFFH) and Shared Responsibility Plan (SRP) is also known as SB500 Training. A Whole Family Foster Home provides care for a teen parent and his/her non-dependent child and is specifically recruited and trained to assist the teen parent in developing the skills necessary to provide a safe, stable and permanent home. A Shared Responsibility Plan is an agreement between the WFFH care provider and the teen parent as to the care and rearing of his/her non-dependent infant or child.
For more about these services or any of our programs, please contact us at (626) 857-4028 or via email at