• 120 people are interested

Iowa Citizen Foster Care Review Board, Linn & Jones Counties

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ORGANIZATION: Iowa Citizen Foster Care Review Board

  • 120 people are interested

The Linn-Jones Foster Care Review Boards (FCRB) needs additional community members to volunteer to assist in monthly reviews of actions taken, services offered, and current status of cases in which children are in foster care or under supervision of the state. They consider input from parents, social workers, and others involved in caring for the child before developing recommendations to submit to the court. A full and diverse board ensures the court is provided with well-thought-out solutions that reflect the best interests of the child.

We are currently searching for volunteers age 21+ to give one Wednesday a month to serve on a board from 9AM-4PM. If you are interested in making a difference in the life of a child and believe you have the time and compassion to give, please don’t hesitate to contact Program Coordinator Jennifer Gericke at (319) 362-0829 or jennifer.e.gericke@hhs.iowa.gov . Visit our website https://hhs.iowa.gov/programs/programs-and-services/fcrb to learn more about this volunteer opportunity!

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About Iowa Citizen Foster Care Review Board


411 3rd STREET SE STE 220, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401, US

Mission Statement

The Iowa Citizen Foster Care Review Board empowers a group of 7 citizens of Iowa to review cases, collect data, and recommend changes to promote the safety and permanency of children who have been removed from the homes of their families.


Once a month, volunteers serve on a Board comprised of seven members that review and report on children in foster care, making recommendations for parties involved including the juvenile court.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, Community


We'll work with your schedule.


411 3rd STREET SE STE 220Cedar Rapids, IA 52401



  • Youth Services
  • Advocacy
  • Mental Health
  • Child Development
  • Child Welfare
  • Special Needs


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • 8-10 hours a month; prep time & serving on the Board

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