Join us for a fun night out with other RFL resource parents. We will be hosting trivia with fun prizes, just RSVP to reserve your spot now! We will be at a Mexican restaurant in Redding. Arrive at 6pm, trivia begins promptly at 6:30 pm!
(This is general trivia and in no way foster care related. No training hours available).
Attend a FREE training to better understand your responsibilities and protections as a mandated reporter while learning how to make an effective report of suspected child abuse/neglect.
Trainings are designed to assist educators, health care practitioners, law enforcement officers, child care providers, social workers, religious and youth group workers, probation officers, all other individuals that are mandated to report as part of their job and all the general public in understanding their representative
2019 Pink Sundial Bridge Festival
When: 5:00 pm, Friday, October 18th, 2019
Where: The Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay, Redding, California
We will be joining Nor-Cal Think Pink at this community event to promote Breast Cancer Awareness. Stop by our booth and say hi or tell a friend who is interested in knowing more about foster care to stop by!
In 2009, Nor-Cal Think Pink received historic approval by the City of Redding to light the Sundial Bridge in pink as part of Think Pink Day. More than a thousand people attended this incredible display that shined a pink beacon upon our efforts to raise awareness of breast cancer.
Free Mandated Child Abuse Reporter Training offered by The Shasta Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council
Redding, CA – The Shasta Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council (CAPCC) is offering a free
Mandated Child Abuse Reporter Training that will instruct participants how to identify suspected child abuse and the reporting responsibilities. It is designed to assist the general public, educators, health practitioners, law enforcement officers, child care providers, volunteers, social workers, religious and youth group workers, all individuals who are mandated to report as part of their job, in understanding their respective duties and responsibilities under the California state law.
This 1 1⁄2 hour workshop will take place on August 14, 2019 at CAPCC’s training room located at 2280
Benton Dr. Building C, Redding, CA 96003.
No registration is required. For more information call 530-242-2020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mandated Reporters are required by law to act when they suspect child abuse and neglect. This training provides a comprehensive overview including: what, when, and where to report, the four types of child abuse, mandated reporter’s legal responsibilities and protections, confidentiality of reporting party, how to generate an accurate report, what happens with a report once it is made and current updates on the law.
The training is taught through lecture, power point, and visuals. Handouts will also be provided. Learn how to protect our children, and keep them safe. Each participant will receive a certificate of completion upon request for a small fee.
Register Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-mandated-reporter-training-tickets-55087971606
For more information about Mandated Reporting , please visit the website www.shastacapcc.org, email email@example.com or visit Facebook at www.facebook.com/shastacapc
Each person interested in adopting a child through Shasta County Adoptions is required to attend all 18 hours of this training. This training examines the adoption process
through the foster care system, and through the eyes of the child.
This class is for both relative and non-relative adoptions.
Each person interested in adopting a child through Shasta County Adoptions is required to attend all 18 hours of this training. This training examines the adoption process through the foster care system, and through the eyes of the child. This class is for both relative and non-relative adoptions.
August 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28 (Attend All Dates) 6pm – 9pm
Shasta College Campus, Downtown Mall 1400 Market Street, Redding Room 8109
Park at the north end of the Downtown Mall’s two story parking structure, at the corner of Tehama and California Streets. Enter the Shasta College building through the glass doors on the south end of the building (the side facing Placer Street) as the doors on the Tehama Street side will be locked. Classroom is on the right.
To register contact Sheri Wiggins at 339-3611 or firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/culture-of-poverty-training-registration-64265812776?fbclid=IwAR0Vr1mFiAW5xDBaPjqEL8WPtJaW0Lt--c7ovp5W8OP6UYju3XgdaTmgV-c
Join us in a discussion about the culture of poverty. Using the work of Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D., we will explore some of the ideas presented in her book, A Framework for Understanding Poverty. Presenter Susan Wilson will focus on some of the significant ideas presented in Payne's theories including:
Poverty is relative
Poverty occurs in all races and in all countries
Economic class is a continuous line, not a clear-cut distinction
Generational poverty and situational poverty are different
An individual brings with him/her the hidden rules of the class in which he/she was raised
Two things that help one move out of poverty are education and relationships
How a two-generation approach to assist parents with taking action builds strength and resiliency
Four reasons one leaves poverty are: it is too painful to stay; a vision or a goal; a key relationship; or a special talent
Who Should Attend
Providers of services to children 0-to-5, parents or primary caregivers of children 0-to-5, or pregnant women
Lunch & snacks
This free training is open to Shasta County parents, pregnant women, and providers serving young children, ages 0-to-5, and their families. This training is brought to you by First 5 Institute, First 5 Shasta's education extension, whose mission is to provide the highest quality opportunities for young children, pregnant women and providers of services to children 0-to-5. Register early - only 30 spots available!