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Posts Tagged ‘Children’s Alliance’

Healthy Relationships Training- Salina

Foster, adoptive and kinship parents that care for children ages 10-19 are invited to attend this training regarding healthy relationships for you

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Team Approach to Trauma Informed Care Training- Lawrence

Participants in this training will learn about trauma and its impact as well as why trauma-informed care is important.  The training will also cover how to advocate for children as well as different partners foster parents can work with while working with children and families. To register for this training, visit the Children’s Alliance website or contact your […]

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Healthy Relationships Training- Wichita

Healthy Relationships is a training which helps foster and adoptive parents prepare adolescents for healthy relationships.

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Healthy Relationships Training- Lenexa

Healthy Relationships training to help foster and adoptive parents prepare adolescents for healthy relationships.

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Healthy Relationships Training- Topeka

Healthy Relationships is a training to help foster and adoptive parents prepare adolescents for healthy relationships.

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Support Group- Topeka

KVC is offering a two hour training for all foster parents.

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Support Group- Lawrence

KVC is offering a two hour training for all foster parents.

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Coping with Trauma Reminders and Children in Foster Care and the Holiday Stress Training- Lawrence

A collaborative training for foster/adoptive parents and child welfare staff.

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Building Partnership with Parents of Children in Foster Care training- Leavenworth

Building Partnership with Parents of Children in Foster Care training will give foster parents tips for how to bridge successful partnerships with birth parents and to help foster parents have a successful experience with fostering.  Click here to register for this training.

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Support Group- Topeka

KVC is offering a two hour training for all foster parents.

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