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New Hampshire Children’s Trust offers, organizes, and promotes a variety of trainings and training events. Trainings vary in format, topic, length and audience. Some trainings are always available; others are planned but not yet scheduled, and still others can be offered on demand. Check back often for updates.

Available and Upcoming Trainings

Strengthening Families Online Training


The Strengthening Families™ online training draws upon the 5 Protective Factors and addresses strategies practitioners, direct service providers, and parents can use to focus on individual strengths and areas of improvement within a positive and uplifting framework in order to improve the well-being of parents/guardians and children. This curriculum consists of seven courses, each approximately two hours in length. LEARN MORE




Standards of Quality Virtual Certification Trainings — multiple dates


The newly-revised nationally-adopted Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening and Suppport are used across the country by public departments, foundations, networks, community-based organizations, and families as a tool for planning, providing, and assessing quality practice. Based on the Principles of Family Support Practice and the Strengthening Families Framework and its research-based evidence-informed 5 Protective Factors, the Standards have created a common language across different kinds of Family Strengthening and Family Support programs such as Family Resource Centers, home visiting programs, and child development programs. Participants who successfully complete the training will receive a certificate from the National Family Support Network, valid for two years. Available dates:

  • May 6 - 7: Registration is full. Please EMAIL us to be added to the waitlist.
  • May 24 - 25: REGISTER
  • June 9 - 10: REGISTER




R2: The Race and Resiliency Talks — Access resources & recordings


Thank you to everyone who attended R2—The Race & Resiliency Talks featuring Pat Stanislaski and Corey Best! The presenters engaged their audience in an exploration of resilience, factors that influence and promote it, and how race and historical inequity create institutional legacies that inform individual choices and realities. In addition, we are pleased to announce that the full video recordings of each presenter session and presenter resources are now available on our site. Please visit the Meet Our Speakers section of the R2 webpage to view each session recording. Please stay tuned for additional virtual engagement opportunities in the coming year! LEARN MORE




From Childhood to Super Hero: Helping Kids Find Their Cape — April 21, 2021


Wed, April 21st from 1-2:00 pm​

  • Facilitator: Linda Douglas, Trauma-Informed Services Specialist at the CASDV​
  • Format: Virtual Webinar​
This workshop will discuss adverse childhood experiences and how young children can discover their own inner resilience by imagining they are superheroes. By discussing superheroes, their origin stories, and the choices they made for good, children can learn how they can also be resilient, find their cape, and make the choice to use their powers for good. REGISTER