PRIDE Training

Parent’s Resource for Information, Development and Education

PRIDE is a training for the development and support of resource families. It is designed to enhance the quality of foster parenting and adoption services by providing a regulated framework for training prospective foster and adoptive parents.

PRIDE is a 27  hours of training for all prospective foster and adoptive families.

PRIDE training is based on the philosophy that family life for children is intriguing and these children need knowledgeable and skilled foster and adoptive parents to provide quality services.

PRIDE’s goals are to help:

  1. Meet the needs of children placed with foster and adoptive families.
  2. Strengthen families.
  3. Strengthen the quality of family foster parenting and adoption services by providing a regulated framework for pre-service training.