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Emergency Child Care for Foster Families [saccounty.net]

By Sacramento County, SacCounty News, January 9, 2020 To recruit more loving families for children in foster care, Sacramento County is making it easier to find and afford childcare services for resource families. The Emergency Child Care Bridge Program’s goal is to increase the number of resource families for children in foster care by helping families find the right child care provider, connecting families to long-term child care subsidies, and by providing vouchers to pay for childcare...

A Message from DSS: CCB 18 - July 2019 Reports are Due Oct 7th 2019!

Good afternoon CCB 18 County Contacts, This email is to inform FY 2019-20 Bridge Program opt-in counties of revised CCB 18 report and instructions via All County Welfare Director Letter dated August 23, 2019. The CCB 18 (7/19) report takes effect for the July 2019 report month. The July 2019 report’s due date has been extended to October 7 th . July and August report months will be due on the same day. Feel free to submit the July 2019 report at any time before the due date. Due to...

Parent Handouts: Understanding ACEs, Parenting to Prevent & Heal ACEs (now available in English, Dari & Spanish)

The updated parent handouts are now available in Spanish as well as English and Dari. Here's the blog post with links to all three versions of each flyer. All versions of the Understanding ACEs and Parenting to Prevent & Heal ACEs parent handouts can be downloaded, distributed, and used freely. Both flyers were made with generous support from Family Hui, a Program of Lead for Tomorrow, who is responsible for making the Spanish and Dari translations available. These are updates of the...

Instructions: Upload December teach back materials

Hi everyone, Please follow the instructions below to upload all of the materials you used at the December 2018 teach back, including your slides, handouts, activities, etc- 1. On the Bridge community homepage, find the 'Resources Download Categories' widget on the right-hand side (scroll down) and click on ' Participant materials from December 2018 teach back '. This is the folder where you can share and view everyone's teach back materials. This is a private folder that only members of the...

REGISTER NOW! TIC Teach & Share 12/4 & 12/5 Oakland

WHO : Trauma Informed Care (TIC or Bridge Program) Cohort Members * WHAT : Trauma Informed Care 2-Day Teach and Share Training 2018 WHEN: December 4 th and December 5 th , 2018 The California Endowment Center for Healthy Communities, Oakland, CA Register Online Here – by Tuesday, November 20, 2018 * Who Should Attend? TIC Cohort Members seeking certification in FY 2018-19 must attend this training . This training is reserved for cohort members that attended the August 28 th -29 th training...

TIC Hotel Reservation Deadline Extended!

Hi everyone, The DoubleTree in Sacramento has extended the deadline to use our discounted room rate to August 20th . The Network has reserved a block of hotel rooms at the special group rate of $139.00 plus tax, per night . Make online reservations HERE or Call 800-686-3775 and refer to group “Trauma Informed Care”. Parking is $10/day. The deadline to register for the training is also August 20th. Registration has now been opened to 2 people per agency on a first come first served basis.

CCIP & TIC Communities of Practice

The regional CCIP and TIC communities of practice have been scheduled for September and October. Central Valley: Visalia, Sept. 27, 10:00am-3:00pm Bay Area: Oakland, Sept. 18, 9:30am-2:30pm South: LA, Sept. 24, 9:30am-2:30pm North: Orland, Oct. 3, 10:00am-3:00pm This is a chance for you to share your knowledge about what works, talk about challenges and solutions, and for the Network Provider Services Team to share program updates and learn how we can best support you. Share your knowledge,...

TIC registration open!

Registration for the August 28-29 TIC training in Sacramento is now open! Register Online Here – by Monday, August 20, 2018 * Who Should Attend? Trainers & Coaches seeking certification in FY 2018-19 must attend this training & opt in to the TIC Training Certification Cohort after participating in this event. Participants who attend this TIC Training on August 28-29 are not required to opt in to the cohort described above. Due to limited space and to ensure a quality learning...

TIC Training: Reserve hotel room by August 7

WHO : Trauma Informed Care (TIC or Bridge Program)Trainers* WHAT : Trauma Informed Care 2-Day-Training 2018 WHEN: August 28 th and August 29 th , 2018 WHERE: DoubleTree Hotel - Sacramento in Sacramento, CA Preliminary Agenda Registration Fee: $220.00 per person (not including lodging). Online Registration coming soon! RESERVE HOTEL ROOMS BY AUGUST 7 TH ! The Network has reserved a block of hotel rooms at the special group rate of $139.00 plus tax, per night . Make online reservations HERE or...

TIC training update: Los Angeles training canceled

Hi everyone, We are no longer holding a TIC training in Los Angeles in September. There's a conference in San Diego the same week we want to encourage people to go to, as it's a nice complement to this work: http://www.earlychildhoodmentalhealth-sandiego.com/ The August 28-29 training in Sacramento is still taking place- we will send out the registration shortly. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes, and appreciate your patience throughout this process. Please don't hesitate to...

Tentative dates for the trauma-informed care training of trainers

Hello everyone, The tentative dates for the two-day trauma-informed care training of trainers (TOT) is now the last week of August (Tuesday, August 28-Thursday August 30) in Sacramento. We'll share a save-the-date as soon as the location is secure, and registration will post in July. Participants will also be required to participate in six two-hour remote sessions and one follow-up TOT by winter (at least one in Sacramento and LA), to help to build long-term trainer capacity and peer support...

Learn more about the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster Children

Learn more about the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster Children The Bridge Program aims to increase the number of foster children successfully placed in home-based family care settings, increase capacity of child care programs to meet the needs of foster children in their care, and maximize funding to support the child care needs of eligible families. One of the primary barriers for potential families seeking to take in a foster child is the lack of access to child care...

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