FFD/CCC Trainings 2019

Trainings designed to support partners involved in the Family Futures Downeast program are listed here with links to descriptions and registration forms as they are confirmed.  These trainings are designed for staff at all levels in Family Futures Downeast partner organizations.  Where indicated, trainings are open to staff from other CCC partner organizations.  All trainings are given live in a classroom setting; some trainings are also available via live or recorded Zoom.

  • Impacts of Poverty on Students and Families:FFD Poverty 101,  Rescheduled to April 1st (from March 18), 2019, 9 am — 12 Noon (open to other organizations).  Location: Science 102 at University of Maine, Machias. This training is an introduction (101 version) to poverty, and its impacts. Participants who are formal partners providing supports to the FFD program and have attended a poverty training led by Elin Mackinnon, LCSW or Julie Redding, LCPC,  have already met the FFD training requirement for Poverty 101.
  • Impacts of Trauma on Students and Families: FFD Trauma 101, April 24, 2019, 9 am — 12 Noon (open to other organizations).
    Location: Cobscook Community Learning Center.  This training is an introduction (101 version) to trauma, and its impacts. Participants who are formal partners providing supports to the FFD program and have attended a trauma training led by Elin Mackinnon, LCSW or Julie Redding, LCPC,  have already met the FFD training requirement for trauma 101.
  • HIPPA/FERPA & Civil Rights Compliance, (new date tbd), 10 am — 2 pm (open to other organizations).
    Location: tbd.  Details about this training coming soon.
  • Building substance use informed practices to support students and families: FFD Substance Use 101, June 26, 2019, 9 am — 12 Noon (open to other organizations).  Location: Science 102 at University of Maine, Machias (primary site) & Multimedia Room at Washington County Community College (satellite site).  This training is an introduction (101 version) to substance use and its impacts. Participants who are formal partners providing supports to the FFD program and have attended a substance use training led by Marjorie Withers, LCPC,  have already met the FFD training requirement for substance use 101.
  • Cultural Competency (running title ) September 18, 2019 (open to other organizations)
    Location: Bear Lodge, 145 Pit Road, Princeton.  This training, led by Elizabeth Neptune,  is under development.