Protective Factors Training Offered for Family & Child Professionals

Strengthening Families is a national and international initiative that aims to develop and enhance five specific characteristics that help keep families strong and children safe from abuse and neglect – called protective factors.

The framework was developed by the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP), with funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. The initial goal was to create a national, systematic approach to prevention that would reach large numbers of children long before abuse or neglect occurred. The Protective Factors Framework was designed to assist professionals who work with children and families in promoting the optimal development of all children while protecting vulnerable children from maltreatment.

Protective Factors Training Registration

Dates:  April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and May 7th, 2018

Times:  2:00 to 4:00 P.M.

Where: Dodge County Administration Building, 127 E. Oak Street, Juneau

Cost:  $5.00/class or $25.00 for all six classes

Registry Credits are available for childcare professionals.

University of Wisconsin Extension, PAVE (People Against Violent Environments), and Dodge County and the City of Watertown CARES (Creating A Responsive and Effective System) coalition to keep kids safe and healthy are teaming up to offer professional development trainings for anyone who works with families, especially childcare professionals. Presenters are Pattie Carroll, Family Living Educator Dodge County UW Extension and Jess Tiffany, Director of Services, PAVE. Join us!

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