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24 Hours of Training

Designed around your schedule to equip you to become a foster parent.


30 Hours for Family Level

45 Hours for Treatment Level

Our excellent curriculums build off of your pre-service training to provide the skills and knowledge that are applicable to you. Trainings are offered at different times throughout the month to accommodate your schedule.


Our trainings are open to the community. Whether you want help with your bio/adoptive kids, support other foster parents, or get to know people in this community, join us. Email Elisha to inquire & RSVP prior to showing up. 

The lowest-risk and best-place to ask questions is in the training room. We often say, “Give it a shot, it’s the training room”.  Questions increase prevention.  It's safer to get your questions answered sooner rather than after an event has occurred. 

Elisha Hicks is our training coordinator. If you have any questions about our training program please call our office or email her at

 Training Topics

  • The Impact of Trauma

  • Strategies to address Trauma

  • Coping with Difficult Behavior

  • Generating Signals of Safety

  • Adolescent Development

  • Child Development Fundamentals

  • Early Childhood Development

  • Self-Care for Foster Parents

  • Healthy Sexual Development of Children and Teens

  • Building Relationships and Teaching Cooperation

  • Setting Expectations

  • Effective Parenting Tools

  • Implementing Effective Consequences

  • Welcoming Diversity

  • Transition to Young Adulthood

  • Building Resilience in Children

  • Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)

  • Cultural Issues in Foster Care

  • Loss and Grief

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Understanding the Effects of Maltreatment on Brain Development

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