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Training Opportunity for Foster Parents

The Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) Personal Responsibility Education Program is pleased to host a series of 2­day trainings (Atlanta, Macon and Savannah) designed to help adults become a “Connected Caregiver” that supports the well­being of our youth. These trainings have been designed specifically for foster parents, CCI and CPA caregivers, case managers and other youth support workers. Through funding from DFCS PREP, these trainings are being offered for FREE for up to 50 attendees (per training date). Trainings will begin in February, with encore trainings in March and April. Lunch will be provided at each training. Download a copy of the training flyer here or keep reading for registration information.

Join us to learn the skills you need to become a “Connected Caregiver”, strategies for starting conversations about sensitive topics, and tools for educating youth about healthy relationships and decision making. Registration information is provided below! You must register to attend.

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