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PRIDE, the acronym for Parent Resources for Information, Development, and Education, is the pre-service curriculum for potential foster/kinship/pre-adopt parents (referred to as resource families). The PRIDE curriculum was developed by the Child Welfare League of America. The model is designed to strengthen the quality of resource family services. It provides a standardized, consistent, structured framework for the competency-based development and support for resource families. Prior to obtaining a license to become a foster/kinship/pre-adopt parent, applicants are required to participate in the 27 hours of pre-licensing training called PRIDE. This training is broken down into four sessions and is co-facilitated by a team that includes an experienced PRIDE trainer, Idaho Health and Welfare staff, and foster parent co-trainers. The purpose of PRIDE training is support and prepare families for the important task of caring for foster children who have been removed from their homes. These training sessions also include kinship families that provide temporary or permanent care for their relatives.
If you have any questions regarding PRIDE and how to attend these classes, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-634-1152