RFA Orientation: Resource Family Pre-Approval Series (In Person)

Woodland Community College, Building 100, Room 109 2300 E. Gibson Road, Woodland, CA

Orientation to Resource Family Approval; Getting Your Home & Family Ready. In the Orientation Class we go over the process for becoming an Approved Yolo County Resource (Foster or Kinship) Home.

CPR First Aid

Woodland Community College

Woodland Community College Reservations Needed With Cherie Schroeder cherie@yolofostercare.com.

Building Stronger Attachments – In Person

Woodland Community College, Building 100, Room 109 2300 E. Gibson Road, Woodland, CA

Join us for an hour or so of in-person conversation where over the course of time we will address critical components of concerns and issues faced by children under the dependency umbrella, such as loss, grief, transitions, trauma, resiliency, behavior and learning challenges.

The Benefits & Unique Challenges of Kinship Care

Zoom

A new Kinship Specific Series of Classes – Open to all Resource Parents. In this session, participants are guided through a discussion how kinship care changes a family’s dynamics. Often kinship caregivers make the decision to accept children into their homes during a crisis and may include elements of guilt and responsibility.

Permanency – Understanding the Options & Making the Decision

Zoom

A new Kinship Specific Series of Classes – Open to all Resource Parents. Kinship Care often creates a path for children to stay connected to family and other significant people in their lives. However, it is important to recognize that children may have other connections that also promote healthy emotional development and more positive life outcomes.