The Foster Adopt Minnesota Education Program supports the adoption and foster care community by providing educational opportunities to parents and professionals. Our workshops are available at various times and locations across the state. We also offer both live and previously recorded webinars.
Educational Workshops for Adoptive, Foster, and Kinship Families and Professionals.
County, Agency and Tribal workers can collaborate on workshops geared towards adoptive, kinship and foster families. You will work with Foster Adopt Minnesota staff around the presentation topic, speaker, date and location. These workshops are open to the public.
County and Tribal-based Workshops focused for Foster Families.
These trainings and webinars are specially formatted for foster parents in your county and funded by DHS. County and Tribal workers will choose from a list of topics and work with Foster Adopt Minnesota staff to coordinate the date and location. These workshops are open to licensed foster families.
Educational Workshops for Professionals who work with adoptive, foster and kinship families.
County, Agency and Tribal workers can request a specific topic or speaker to present to professionals. These workshops are open to other professionals in the community.
Foster Adopt Minnesota is committed to a culture of inclusivity and does not condone or tolerate discrimination in any form. We welcome all families and individuals without regard to age, gender identity or gender expression, marital status, military status, physical or mental disability or functional limitation, racial, ethnic, or national origin, religious affiliations or beliefs, sex or gender, sexual orientation, skin color, or socioeconomic status. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all clients, members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors.