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BECOMING A RESOURCE FAMILY IN MAINE
with Kasey McDonough
Start your journey to becoming a foster or adoptive parent with this class! After registering, you will be sent a link to access an information video. The licensing process, available resources, supports, and next steps for those interested are among the topics covered. Foster families and homes are needed in every Maine community. Children in foster care need suportive adults to provide loving homes until they can be safely reunited with their family. Come learn more to see if this could be you. Viewing usually takes 1 hour for 1 session
Fee: Free firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-391-8966. Start date and time will be at your convenience once you register and receive the emailed link.
with Sandra Brown
FRANKLIN COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION THE TIME IS NOW!! COLLEGE TRANSITIONS
Ready? Set? GO!! Are you prepared to go to college? Need a little support before you head off to campus? The Adult Education Office is here for support on your journey. We are having a College Transitions class. Come brush up on ELA, Math, Technology and College Culture.
EXPLORE COLLEGE AND CAREER OPTIONS
Contact Sandra Brown email@example.com
Join us to plan your future whether you have graduated from high school, or have your HiSET or have taken college courses!
PARENTS IN THE KNOW
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Services
Parents in the Know is an interactive 4 session course designed by PCAR and presented by SAPARS. This course is not just for parents but for any person who is interested in learning how to keep children safer from sexual abuse. Sessions will take place via zoom with phone support if needed. This course is free of charge but will require a conversation with the facilitators before admission to the course. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.