Navigate Up
Sign In
Bookmark and Share

Family photoMichigan Child Welfare Training Clearinghouse

Welcome!

 

The Michigan Child Welfare Training Clearinghouse is designed to provide a central location for child welfare training opportunities across the State of Michigan from the primary training providers. The training providers include: Children’s Trust Fund, DHHS Office of Workforce Development and Training, DHHS University In-Service, Michigan Federation for Children and Families, Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan Child Abuse Training Services, and State Court Administrative Office.

 

Training programs are listed by profession.  To register for a training or obtain further information, please click on the registration link specific to each training.

 

Provider Contact Information 

Wish to add a training program?

To inquire about adding a training program to the Training Clearinghouse, please contact Darla Brandon at BrandonD@courts.mi.gov or (517) 373-26218036.

  
  
  
  
  
  
There are no items to show in this view of the "training clearinghouse" list.
  
  
  
  
  
  
collapse Audience : Adoption Workers  ‎(11)
TitleThe Matter of Motivation
Event Date1/16/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will take an in-depth look into human motivation. It will review the sequence of human behavior change.
 
TitleIf It Has a Name, Then It Can Be Treated: Defining, Managing, and Intervening with Mental and Behavioral Health Challenges in Children and Teens
Event Date1/18/2019
LocationLansing
Registrationhttp://www.eventbrite.com/e/if-it-has-a-name-then-it-can-be-treated-tickets-47365340007
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will provide an overview of several mental health diagnoses that are commonly seen in children and teens who have encountered child welfare services.
 
TitleMindfulness to Prevent Secondary Traumatic Stress Among Child Welfare Professionals
Event Date1/18/2019
LocationKalamazoo
Registrationhttps://secure.touchnet.net/C21782_ustores/web/classic/store_cat.jsp?STOREID=1&CATID=3
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will focus on pragmatic somatic mindfulness strategies to build, strengthen, and sustain well-being among helping professionals working in child welfare and mental health programs.
 
TitleBig Behavior and Trauma: Similarities, Differences, and Strategies for Working with Traumatized Youth
Event Date1/29/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn about common similarities and differences between typical developmental behaviors and trauma behavior as well as the interrelatedness of each.
 
TitleAdvocating for Recovery: Supporting Families with Substance Use Disorders
Event Date2/1/19
LocationGrand Rapids
Registrationhttp://socialworkce@gvsu.edu
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will address ways to provide support for families struggling with substance use issues and how to advocate for them and services in order to facilitate recovery.
 
TitleMaking Trauma-informed Placement Decisions
Event Date2/5/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn how trauma affects children’s placements and how child welfare professionals can make placement decisions that are trauma informed.
 
TitleCreating Resilient Communities: Your Role
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationAnn Arbor
Registrationhttp://ssw.umich.edu/r/CE-catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will introduce participants to the Adverse Childhood Experience study. By highlighting the impact of adverse childhood experiences and toxic stress.
 
TitleUnderstanding Sexuality and Gender Expression
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationKalamazoo
Registrationhttps://secure.touchnet.net/C21782_ustores/web/classic/store_cat.jsp?STOREID=1&CATID=3
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, we will discuss the difference between sexuality and gender expression and sexuality as understood in the LGBTQ community.
 
TitleStress and Burnout in Foster Families
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will focus on the emotional challenges of foster parenting and the resulting stress and burnout.
 
TitleMindfulness, Wellness, and Creative Self-care for the Helping Professional
Event Date2/22/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar seeks to prepare you to understand secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace, the conditions that may impact your mental health, wellness, and self-care practices with mindful awareness.
 
TitleAdvocating for Homeless Youth
Event Date2/28/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar you will learn what factors increase a young person’s risk of becoming homeless and who qualifies as “homeless” under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act.
 
collapse Audience : Children's Protective Services Specialists ‎(12)
TitleThe Matter of Motivation
Event Date1/16/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will take an in-depth look into human motivation. It will review the sequence of human behavior change.
 
TitleIf It Has a Name, Then It Can Be Treated:Defining, Managing, and Intervening with Mental and Behavioral Health Challenges in Children and Teens
Event Date1/18/2019
LocationLansing
Registrationhttp://www.eventbrite.com/e/if-it-has-a-name-then-it-can-be-treated-tickets-47365340007
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will provide an overview of several mental health diagnoses that are commonly seen in children and teens who have encountered child welfare services.
 
TitleMindfulness to Prevent Secondary Traumatic Stress Among Child Welfare Professionals
Event Date1/18/2019
LocationKalamazoo
Registrationhttps://secure.touchnet.net/C21782_ustores/web/classic/store_cat.jsp?STOREID=1&CATID=3
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will focus on pragmatic somatic mindfulness strategies to build, strengthen, and sustain well-being among helping professionals working in child welfare and mental health programs.
 
TitleBig Behavior and Trauma: Similarities, Differences, and Strategies for Working with Traumatized Youth
Event Date1/29/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn about common similarities and differences between typical developmental behaviors and trauma behavior as well as the interrelatedness of each.
 
TitleAdvocating for Recovery: Supporting Families with Substance Use Disorders
Event Date2/1/19
LocationGrand Rapids
Registrationhttp://socialworkce@gvsu.edu
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will address ways to provide support for families struggling with substance use issues and how to advocate for them and services in order to facilitate recovery.
 
TitleMaking Trauma-informed Placement Decisions
Event Date2/5/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn how trauma affects children’s placements and how child welfare professionals can make placement decisions that are trauma informed.
 
TitleMaking Trauma-informed Placement Decisions
Event Date2/5/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn how trauma affects children’s placements and how child welfare professionals can make placement decisions that are trauma informed.
 
TitleCreating Resilient Communities: Your Role
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationAnn Arbor
Registrationhttp://ssw.umich.edu/r/CE-catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will introduce participants to the Adverse Childhood Experience study. By highlighting the impact of adverse childhood experiences and toxic stress.
 
TitleUnderstanding Sexuality and Gender Expression
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationKalamazoo
Registrationhttps://secure.touchnet.net/C21782_ustores/web/classic/store_cat.jsp?STOREID=1&CATID=3
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, we will discuss the difference between sexuality and gender expression and sexuality as understood in the LGBTQ community.
 
TitleStress and Burnout in Foster Families
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will focus on the emotional challenges of foster parenting and the resulting stress and burnout.
 
TitleMindfulness, Wellness, and Creative Self-care for the Helping Professional
Event Date2/22/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar seeks to prepare you to understand secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace, the conditions that may impact your mental health, wellness, and self-care practices with mindful awareness.
 
TitleAdvocating for Homeless Youth
Event Date2/28/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar you will learn what factors increase a young person’s risk of becoming homeless and who qualifies as “homeless” under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act.
 
collapse Audience : Foster Care Specialists ‎(11)
TitleThe Matter of Motivation
Event Date1/16/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will take an in-depth look into human motivation. It will review the sequence of human behavior change.
 
TitleIf It Has a Name, Then It Can Be Treated:Defining, Managing, and Intervening with Mental and Behavioral Health Challenges in Children and Teens
Event Date1/18/2019
LocationLansing
Registrationhttp://www.eventbrite.com/e/if-it-has-a-name-then-it-can-be-treated-tickets-47365340007
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will provide an overview of several mental health diagnoses that are commonly seen in children and teens who have encountered child welfare services.
 
TitleMindfulness to Prevent Secondary Traumatic Stress Among Child Welfare Professionals
Event Date1/18/2019
LocationKalamazoo
Registrationhttps://secure.touchnet.net/C21782_ustores/web/classic/store_cat.jsp?STOREID=1&CATID=3
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will focus on pragmatic somatic mindfulness strategies to build, strengthen, and sustain well-being among helping professionals working in child welfare and mental health programs.
 
TitleBig Behavior and Trauma: Similarities, Differences, and Strategies for Working with Traumatized Youth
Event Date1/29/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn about common similarities and differences between typical developmental behaviors and trauma behavior as well as the interrelatedness of each.
 
TitleAdvocating for Recovery: Supporting Families with Substance Use Disorders
Event Date2/1/19
LocationGrand Rapids
Registrationhttp://socialworkce@gvsu.edu
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will address ways to provide support for families struggling with substance use issues and how to advocate for them and services in order to facilitate recovery.
 
TitleMaking Trauma-informed Placement Decisions
Event Date2/5/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn how trauma affects children’s placements and how child welfare professionals can make placement decisions that are trauma informed.
 
TitleCreating Resilient Communities: Your Role
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationAnn Arbor
Registrationhttp://ssw.umich.edu/r/CE-catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will introduce participants to the Adverse Childhood Experience study. By highlighting the impact of adverse childhood experiences and toxic stress.
 
TitleUnderstanding Sexuality and Gender Expression
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationKalamazoo
Registrationhttps://secure.touchnet.net/C21782_ustores/web/classic/store_cat.jsp?STOREID=1&CATID=3
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, we will discuss the difference between sexuality and gender expression and sexuality as understood in the LGBTQ community.
 
TitleStress and Burnout in Foster Families
Event Date2/8/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will focus on the emotional challenges of foster parenting and the resulting stress and burnout.
 
TitleMindfulness, Wellness, and Creative Self-care for the Helping Professional
Event Date2/22/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar seeks to prepare you to understand secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace, the conditions that may impact your mental health, wellness, and self-care practices with mindful awareness.
 
TitleAdvocating for Homeless Youth
Event Date2/28/2019
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttp://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar you will learn what factors increase a young person’s risk of becoming homeless and who qualifies as “homeless” under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act.
 
Untitled Document
divider line
  

This project was funded by a federal Children’s Justice Act grant to the Governor’s Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect administered through the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, under Section 107(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and (f) of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) (42 U.S.C. 5106c et seq.) as amended by Public Law (P.L.) 111-320 enacted December 20, 2012, and the Victims of Crime Act of 1984, as amended (42 U.S.C. 10603 et seq.). In addition, this is a project of the Governor’s Task Force on Child Abuse Neglect, chaired by the Hon. John Hohman, ret. Chief Judge, Monroe County Probate Court, and the State Court Administrative Office.

 
 
logos: Children's Bureau; Mich Dept Health and Human Services; Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan; US Dept of Health and Human Services; Mich Federation for Children and Families; Andrews University; Eastern Michigan University; Ferris State University; Grand Valley State University; Michigan State University; Spring Arbor University; University of Michigan; Western Michigan University; and Wayne State University