Click here for more information and registration for this year’s Urbaniak-Sanders Fashion Show & Luncheon supporting clinical services for children and families at CCFH. We hope you’ll join us!
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CCFH's PCIT Program trains clinicians from across the country, with a focus on the Carolinas.
Updated January 2017! Download the PCIT Program 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.
Training Opportunities at CCFH
CCFH provides high-quality training in evidence-based, trauma-informed treatment and prevention practices for professionals in mental health, healthcare, and related fields.
Master trainers and nationally recognized experts
Innovative training methods
For more information, click here.
Resource Parent Curriculum (RPC) Facilitator Training
Applications are now being accepted for the 2017-2018 training cohort on the NCTSN Resource Parent Curriculum. This training targets mental health or child welfare professionals who have a desire to facilitate this curriculum and have regular interface with foster, adoptive, kinship, therapeutic foster parents.
Please click here for more information and consider applying for this training!