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Independent Living Skills

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Independent living skills don't always come naturally to foster youth. We will discuss why these skills are so important for our youth, and what the skills truly look like. We will also cover the expectations of foster parents who are caring for youth 14 and up, as well as the expectations and role of the LCPA. Most importantly, we will dialogue about how you can teach and implement these important independent living skills with your foster youth.

Lunch and Learn: Attachment

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At the core of every interpersonal interaction is attachment. Some of us had the benefit of starting out life with a secure attachment from our childhood, while others of us […]

Firefly Family Fun Night!

Rascal's Fun Zone 629 N. US 31, Whiteland, United States

  FOR FIREFLY FOSTER FAMILIES ONLY! Join us for a Family Fun Night at Rascal's Fun Zone!  This is a completely FREE event!  You can look forward to an evening […]

Human Trafficking

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Linda Reismiller, Director of Prevention Services at Firefly Children and Family Alliance, will lead us in a workshop designed to educate participants what human trafficking looks like in our state.  […]

RAPT I: Orientation

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RAPT I is designed to serve as an introduction to both Indiana DCS and Firefly Children & Family Alliance. We will cover the process to become a resource and adoptive parent through Firefly, and discuss the role of resource parents as members of a child's team. We will also explore the potential impact of fostering and adoption on children. 

RAPT IV: Adoption

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RAPT IV is designed to introduce concepts related to adoption to current and future Resource and Adoptive Parents. Participants will learn about topics they should factor into their consideration during the pre-adoptive process. They will also learn how to acknowledge and respond to some of the challenges that may be faced by the adopted child and the adoptive family.