Providence of Northern Arizona Recruiting Prospective Foster Families For Upcoming Training in Early February

| November 8, 2014
Providence of Northern Arizona is currently recruiting prospective foster families for our upcoming PS-MAPP foster parent training in early February. PS-MAPP stands for Partnering for Safety and Performance-Model Approach to Partnering in Parenting.  This training prepares prospective foster parents for working with children and youth in Out of Home Placement.
Our agency is specifically looking for HCTC or Therapeutic foster care providers.  HCTC providers work with children and youth who present severe behaviors due to prior trauma or mental health conditions.  These kiddos deserve the very best providers to meet their needs.  Providence is searching for caring, competent and responsive caregivers.  Can you think of someone who might be a good fit?
Finding appropriate placement matches for our kids is the cornerstone of our work. The right HCTC provider can lead to successful outcomes for kids.  We are recruiting individuals and families who have prior experience in mental health, education, advocacy, social work or related fields.
Becoming a certified HCTC provider could be a great opportunity for the right person, but it is a little bit like finding a needle in a haystack.  We are embarking on a three month public awareness campaign to find the best foster providers for the children and youth we serve.  Help us reach our goal of recruiting 9 HCTC homes in the next 14 months by sharing this article with your contacts.  If you know of someone who might be a good fit for the role of HCTC foster care provider, please let them know about our February training opportunity.  HCTC Providers receive training, compensation and 24/7 support by our caring team.
Contact Diana Reed at (928) 522-4517 or email Joan Grant atJgrant@provcorp.com

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