Caring for Children who have Experienced Trauma
RPC is a FREE 8-week course for foster, adoptive or kinship parents raising children who are or have been in the child welfare system or institutional care.
Course starts August 10, 1-3 p.m. at CCFH in Durham
Register by August 8: Download complete information
7th Annual Urbaniak-Sanders Fashion Show & Luncheon
Registration is open!
Washington Duke Inn
September 28, 2016
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Where fun, friends, and fashion meet hope for a healthy future!
Find the latest information here.
to learn more about how you can support CCFH.
PCIT of the Carolinas
PCIT of the Carolinas is a collaborative effort between the Duke Endowment, the Duke Evidence-based Practice Implementation Center (Duke EPIC), and CCFH to disseminate PCIT across North and South Carolina and represents the nation’s first learning collaborative in PCIT.
Updated June 2016! Download the PCIT of the Carolinas Roster
of qualified clinicians.
CCFH is happy to provide the names of NC professionals rostered to facilitate the NCTSN Caring for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma Workshop (also known as the NCTSN Resource Parenting Curriculum).
To view currrent roster click here
Support for Adoptive Families in 20 Counties
Fostering Hope for Adoptive Families is a program funded by the NC Division of Social Services to provide assessment and support services to adoptive families. Click here
for more information on services available.
NCTSN Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit
CWTTT is a curriculum that teaches knowledge, skills, and values about working with children in the child welfare system who have experienced traumatic events.
Find out more!