It is the care in which the care of children is carried out in a family environment alongside their biological family. When the presence of the biological family ia not possible, then creating a family-based environment & care through practices such as foster care and/or adoption.
Refers to different types of care, such as formal or informal, short-term or long-term. Alternative care is a type of care that includes institutional care, foster care, informal care of children whose care cannot be provided by their biological family benefit.
Foster mothers/care staff are the graduates of the Child Development and education departments of Girls’ Vocational High Schools and the nursing department of faculties, colleges or health vocational high schools or high school graduates. Care staff or foster mothers are selected from among those who have a certificate in childcare.
Refers to all individuals who have not yet reached the age of 18.
Residential social service organizations that are found to need psychosocial support from children whose rights have been given a care measure or protection due to being dragged into crime, exposed to crime, or facing social hazards on the street, are provided with temporary care and protection until these needs are met.
Home-like units where children between the ages of 0-18 who need protection, stay.
These are communities which are made up from multiple coexisting house-like units. In these sites, children between the ages of 0-18 who need protection, stay.
A professional who has graduated from the Department of Child Development, in a university.
Includes formal or informal structures, services and capacities decoupled to prevent and intervene in violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of children.
Residential social service organizations that are responsible for ensuring the education, care and upbringing of children who need protection between the ages of 0 and 12.
A type of care that is not under state control, in which children are cared for by a relative or relative without protection.
It is the establishment of a child-parent relationship by providing legal bonds between the child whose condition is suitable for adoption and the person/spouses whose condition is suitable for adoption.
A child who has a care measure under law 5395, and whose care & protection are performed in institution or family-based care models under state supervision.
These are individuals who come out of state protection as a result of the court's decision to legally terminate the state care and protection, in cases where the conditions that lead to the child's care and protection disappear or the child is no longer a minor.
Refers to a child whose physical, mental, moral, social and emotional development and personal security are in danger, who is at risk of neglect, abuse or being dragged into a crime.
A person or family who takes the responsibility, short or long-term, paid or voluntary status under state supervision, of a child’s education, care and upbringing in cases where their care cannot be provided by their biological family for various reasons.
A type of care in which the care of all children in need, are carried out by care personnel in large or small institutions.
A professional employee who has graduated from the psychology department of a university.
A professional who has graduated from 4-year Social Work department of a university.
Residential social service organizations that are responsible for providing education, care and upbringing for children in need of protection between the ages of 13-18.