Overview of Informational Outreach Sessions
Listed below are training sessions that may be of interest to parents of adopted or foster children.
To learn more about the PRIDE program click on Parent's Resource for Information, Development and Education (PRIDE).
Click on a training topic below to find more information about the classes offered.
PRIDE Classes for 2012-2013
2013 Foster & Adoptive Parent Workshops
December 2013 Workshops
November 2013 Workshops
October 2013 Workshops
September 2013 Workshops
August 2013 Workshops
July 2013 Workshops
Options for Recovery (OFR)
OFR is a training and support program for caregivers of drug affected foster and adoptive children up to 5 years old. Training is focused on the care of these medically fragile, substance exposed, and low threshold infants and toddlers.
To become an OFR home, caregivers must be licensed County Foster Family homes, attend three 6 hour OFR Basic Training classes, attend one Support Group meeting, complete specialized caregiver training, and successfully complete an exit interview. Special training is provided and required throughout the year to maintain certification.
Click here to go to the Foster Care page
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