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Training & Information

Helping Our Families be Informed & Prepared

The best foster and adoptive parents are those who are knowledgeable and the best agencies are the ones who give their
families tools, information, and direction to bolster and prepare them. Below are some resources you can access to help
you on your foster care or adoption journey. If something you're interested in learning isn't listed here, please click HERE
and let us know what questions you have.

Fact and Information Sheets

Getting to Know Us

Helpful Answers to Important Questions

Are Foster & Adoptive Parents Really Needed?

Can I Adopt a Baby?

Matching Adoption Process

Steps to a Foster Care Placement

Who Makes a Good Family for Children in Foster Care?

Upcoming Trainings

TBRI Caregiver Training

Family Support & Connection Group

Family Connection Series

Special Education Right Series

Mini Meets

For more information or to register for a training, email angie.gillen@use.salvationarmy.org or click HERE
*some trainings are reserved for TSAFCA families only

 

Click HERE for lists of videos, books, and other
training resources.

To connect with our Outreach Coordinator for more information, click here

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