Adult Foster Care (AFC) is a type of housing for people with disabilities and seniors who need some daily care, but do not need skilled nursing care. Adult Foster Care is sometimes called Community Residential Settings (CRS). Note: Adult Foster Care is different than children.
Adult foster care information for current and prospective providers, case managers, family members, foster care residents, and community members.
Adult foster care providers are primary caregivers for adults who cannot live alone. Caregivers are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human services .
Adult Foster Care (AFC) means the provision of food, lodging, protection, supervision, and household services to a functionally impaired adult in a residence.