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QUESTIONS COMMONLY ASKED BY RESOURCE PLACEMENT HOMES
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Legal Risk Questions
1. Question: Do we both have to be Indian to be a Resource home for Cherokee Nation?
2. Question: Can single parents be a Placement Resource home?
3. Question: How long does it take to become certified as a Cherokee Nation Placement Resource home?
4. Question: What is a home study?
5. Question: Who sees my home study?
6. Question: Can I get a copy of my home study?
7. Question: How do we get a home study if we don't live in Oklahoma?
1. Question: How much does it cost to be a Resource Home for Cherokee Nation?
2. Question: What if all the adults in the household work outside of the home, can the home still be a Placement Resource Home?
3. Question: Will we receive any financial help?
4. Question: Is there daycare assistance available for each child placed with me?
1. Question: What do you mean by a fost/adopt placement?
2. Question: What is a legal risk placement?
3. Question: Do I have any legal standing prior to the termination of parental rights?
1. Question: Once I am certified, how long does it take to receive placement of a Cherokee child?
2. Question: Does each child placed in my home have to have their own bedroom?
3. Question: Will we receive placement of a child if we live outside the state of Oklahoma?
4. Question: How am I selected for placement of a child?
5. Question: As a Placement Resource Home, what is expected once I receive placement?
6. Question: As a Placement Resource Home, what should I do if an emergency arises regarding a child placed in my home?
7. Question: What if I need some advice on how to properly care for a child? Or maybe I have a general policy question and it is not an emergency?