Children and Family Futures (CFF), through direct contracts as well as federally- and foundation-funded projects, provides virtual and in-person multidisciplinary training for professionals in child welfare services, substance use disorder (SUD) treatment agencies, and courts. Our training and technical assistance (TA) services are intended for all professionals including direct service providers, administrators, as well as state, Tribal, and federal leaders.
We are recognized as a national leader in training. Our expertise and materials are effective to support professional knowledge development to improve service delivery to children, parents, and families affected by trauma, child abuse and neglect, and substance use and mental health disorders. We have a variety of training methods using advanced technology and adult learning theory to provide state-of-the-art learning opportunities. Our goal is to provide diverse stakeholders with essential knowledge, skills, and resources for systems and practice improvements. CFF is committed to delivering training that is culturally competent and accessible to all populations.
To date CFF has presented in over 2,000 in-person and virtual training events reaching over 182,000 attendees. We have nearly 10,000 subscribers to our listserv and have disseminated over 6,300 materials since 2017.