"To provide top-notch training and consultation services to foster, adoptive, and kinship placement providers and the DSS staff who serve them."
RPC is a 8-Week training designed to help resource parents understand the impact of trauma and its impacts on a child's behavior, feelings and attitudes.
Participants will learn additional ways to provide support and care for a child who has experienced trauma.
A condensed version of the TIPS-MAPP curriculum.
Offered via Microsoft Teams every other month and last approximately 2.5 hours.
Required training for foster parents who are transferring to Mecklenburg County from another agency.
A refresher for licensed foster parents as required by their licensing worker or for those who simply desire to take it.
NC parents have free access to two self-directed, online courses—one for parents of kids from toddler to tween age, one for parents of pre-teens and teens. Triple P is evidence-based and a key element of North Carolina's efforts to promote family and child well-being and prevent child maltreatment. Click here to watch a preview video. (Courses consist of eight, 1-hr. modules)
o New in Spring 2020: Triple P now includes "Parenting During COVID-19" module with specific tips and strategies to use right now) and a free downloadable guide about parenting during COVID-19
Parent-child visits are one of the best tools for maintaining connections and reunifying families safely. In this 3-course series, you will learn how to support youth throughout the visitation process while managing common concerns such as trauma reminders and behavioral challenges.
Foster Village Charlotte- https://www.fostervillagecharlotte.org
National Child Traumatic Stress Network- https://www.nctsn.org
Fostering NC- https://fosteringnc.org