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Birth Families, Addiction, Recovery & Re-Establishing & Maintaining Relationships class

Foster & Kinship Care education class

Tuesday Evening, Dec. 18th, 2018 – 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Presented by Rebekah Couch, Birth Parent in Recovery, Member of the CA Child Welfare Council, and Recognized Statewide Trainer

Date:         Dec. 18th, 2018 – Tuesday Evening
Time:        6:30 to 9:30 pm
Location:   At the College: 2300 E. Gibson Rd., Woodland – Room 101

Research shares that for children who have experienced foster care, their best outcomes occur when birth, foster and kinship families hold a compassionate and respectful understanding for one another.  Rebekah Couch has become a respected expert in the field of addiction, recovery and building resilient communities.  She shares with us her twenty-year personal journey of addiction, recovery, the rebuilding of family relationships, and the power of forgiveness.  Importantly, Rebekah allows us to build an understanding to addiction’s power; its hold on an individual and its destructive nature, and how community is a part of recovery and resilience. This is not a class you want to miss.   

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