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A structured support group training designed for parents raising children with adverse childhood experiences or difficult past histories.
This workshop looks at the kinship journey through the “system” and presents real kinship testimonials from across New York state.
In this workshop, we will walk participants through trauma, what it is, how it impacts the brain, how our children’s trauma impacts us and what we can do.
This training is for those seeking to understand the legal process related to the children in care.
In this workshop, we’ll view Foster Parents Speak videos and discuss the challenges and rewards of being a foster parent.
The training will walk foster parents through the Reasonable and Prudent Parenting Standard and discussing what caregivers need to know when making decisions.
In this training we will break down Child Protective Services process.
In this workshop, participants will learn what FASD and how it may affect children neurologically, intellectually and behaviorally.
This training for educators focuses on what school professionals should know about foster care and adoption including how incorporate ACES and how to create a trauma-informed classroom.
This training will feature Struggle for Identity, the Coalition’s award-winning twenty-minute documentary video on the topic, and ample time for discussion and questions.
This workshop will focus on why raising children not born to us requires different parenting strategies than the children born to us
This workshop provides an overview of all of the options available to kinship including differences in guardianship versus custody, Kinship Guardianship and the child-only or non-parent TANF grant,
This workshop offers a discussion about the realities of shared parenting, offering tips and examples about how foster parents, birth parents and casework staff can work together.
In this workshop, we’ll talk about what resiliency is and how we, as adults who care about children, can nurture and building resiliency in the children we care about.
This workshop will provide parents and professionals supporting families with evidence-based parenting tools to help children heal from adverse histories.
In this workshop, we introduce our audience to the Coalition, discuss who we are and walk through the services and support we provide.