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Training for Resource Families
Effective training helps resource families better understand the needs of children, youth, and families in the child welfare system and is critical to ensuring that the resource family's expectations meet the reality of the child's needs. Training on how the child welfare system works allows resource families to understand their role within the system and enables them to be more effective advocates for the children in their care. Find preservice and ongoing training resources for foster and relative families, as well as postadoption training for adoptive families.
- Preservice training
- Foster parent inservice training
- Postadoption training
- Kinship-specific training
Resource Parent Recruitment and Training
California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare
Reviews and rates resource parent recruitment and training programs for evidence-based practices.
Child Welfare Information Gateway encourages organizations to submit resources from their workforce or training efforts for inclusion in our library. Send information to firstname.lastname@example.org.