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Training Registration
This training registration ticket will secure you a spot in our upcoming training and provide you with an opportunity to request child care for any children that you intend to bring to the event. We will follow up with you separately with everyone who requests child care. We will also be reaching out to you the week of the training to request re-confirmation that you and the rest of your party will be in attendance.
72 hours before event starts Free  

Share Shared Parenting Training at FAPAC

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FAPAC is offering another three hour training on shared parenting 

Advance registration is required and space is limited so please register early.

• An introduction to shared parenting
• New expectations & the implications for resource parents
• Common concerns/challenges & how to overcome them
• Share parenting practices & how to customize them for your family
• The benefits of working together on behalf of the children
• New resources & supports available through Family Link
• Presentations by foster & birth parents who have experience with shared parenting
• Complimentary Food
• Child care available if requested in advance
• CFSA/ CWTA-approved training credits for licensed resource parents
• Certificates of participation
• CEU's pending
Have questions about Shared Parenting Training at FAPAC? Contact Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC)

When & Where

Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC)
6200 Second Street NW
3rd Floor
Washington, DC 20011


Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC)

FAPAC's new mission reflects our growing scope of work to support and stabilize families:

The mission of the Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center (FAPAC) is to improve the quality of life, well-being, and dignity of children in the District of Columbia by strengthening, supporting and empowering foster, adoptive and kinship parents to serve as advocates for their children's needs and bridge-builders with birth parents; through working as an organizational agent of systemic change; and by partnering with other District agencies to provide innovative stabilization services to families at risk.

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