Youth in foster care need trusted adults in their lives who can meet them where they and provide information for navigating relationships and sexuality. Learn how to be a safe and trustworthy resource for youth in this 4-hour training offered in-person and virtually for parents, caregivers, mentors, and other adults.
Having the training gives confidence to have these conversations intuitively. You know, you want to have straight talk with the kids. But if you’re a little uncertain, it just gives you the confidence.
I enjoyed the scenarios because they were realistic [and] the training had to do with things that are very likely to occur as a foster mom to a teenager.
I had a conversation with a kid last week. Because of the Brave Conversations training I was able to have the conversation and it was actually an enjoyable conversation where we were laughing and sharing knowledge.