Conference for Adoptive Parents

CCFH's Post Adoption Support Program hosts "Parents Matter: Taking Care of You" in Pinehurst on 5/17 and Durham on 5/25.  We welcome parents in eligible NC counties who have adopted children from foster care, private agencies (domestic or international), and from family or friends (kinship).

Learn more and view the agenda here.
Working Together
CCFH is part of a collaborative of non-profits working together to provide supportive services for low-income children and families living in the Glenn Elementary School district.  Read more here.
Support CCFH
Click 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.

PCIT is excited to offer our second National Training in Durham, NC!  Click here for additional information.
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
Post Adoption
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.
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.  Public child placing agencies are encouraged to apply by December 18, 2015.  Download more information.