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Category Archives: Training

Mothers of Sexually Abused Children

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PARC Brochure

MI-900-BRO-10026

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Family Resource Guide – Kent Count

The 13th edition of Family Futures’ Family Resource Guide was recently released and is full of local resources for families. You can check it out anytime at www.familyresourceguide.info Printed copies are $5 per book and can be ordered online. Don’t miss it!

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Love Me, Feed Me

Big news! eBooks now on Kindle at Amazon.com (coming soon to Nook and Apple). Join the discussion with the latest news, articles, and support from other parents on facebook, at love me feed me,(Kindle give-away coming soon) and/or the feeding doctor. http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/1151821/6e3163af5f/542807387/19371f2702/ https://www.facebook.com/lovemefeedme

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Michigan Association of Foster, Adoptive, and Kinship Parents

http://www.mafak.co/ Mission MAFAK is committed to the retention and empowerment of families to successfully parent all children placed in their care by providing training, advocacy, legislation and support groups. You can make a difference in the life of a child. There is an urgent need for families to take in children requiring care. If you […]

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The Farm: Where Living Things Grow Inc

The Farm: Where Living Things Grow, Inc. is an educational, nonprofit mental health organization for youth and families of all ages and walks of life. The Farm strengthens individuals and families by helping them experience fun, healing and growth. This, in turn, helps them become productive members of society who become a more lasting and […]

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ADOPTS

The ADOPTS program offers unique, specialized, trauma-focused treatment for adopted children that helps them understand their past traumas so they may begin to thrive in their families. ADOPTS addresses the impact of traumatic  experiences on children prior to adoption and helps families acquire the tools to develop healthier coping skills. Bethany’s therapists nurture children and […]

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Easter Seals

  Easter Seals Michigan is creating a world where individuals with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities. Our approach includes person and family-centered planning, putting the desires, values, and thoughts of the service recipient first in determining treatment options, including: • Therapy and treatment for children with autism […]

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Adoptive Families

Adoptive Families, the award-winning national adoption magazine, is the leading adoption information source for families before, during, and after adoption. http://www.adoptivefamilies.com/

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Adoptive Family Support Network

AFSN founded in 1991 in response to a community need for post-adoption support services. A group of parents and child welfare professionals came together to make sure that adoptive families were getting the services, support, and encouragement they needed. http://www.afsn.org/

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