JUNE 15, 16, 22, 13 @ 8 pm via Zoom
An intro and overview of TBRI® concepts and how to strengthen attachments with children who have experienced adversity. For caregivers & parents (foster, bio, adoptive, kinship, and grand). Cost: $25 FREE (exclusive offer for this training.) 4-hour certificate of attendance will be provided. Register for this training here!
JUNE 19 & 26 @ 10 am - 12 pm via Zoom
An intro and overview of TBRI® concepts and how to strengthen attachments with children who have experienced adversity. For professionals who interact with children (social workers, teachers, child care providers, nurses, caseworkers, etc) Please note if you also are an adoptive, foster, kinship or bio parent please attend the caregiver version of this training. Cost: $25 FREE (exclusive offer for this training.) 4-hour certificate of attendance will be provided. Register for this training here!
This eight-week program is designed for anybody who desires the freedom that comes with living in positive self-worth and secure attachment. $40 application fee, sessions are free. Public Women's group in August (TBA) and Public Men or Women's group in October/November (TBA). These sessions will take place on the Maine Children's Home campus at 93 Silver Street in Waterville in the Eskelund building (building #1). Apply to become part of these groups today!
A 1-day webinar training designed to equip educators to help children from 'hard places' of abuse, neglect and/or trauma. Two or three trainings in Maine schools in July & August.
Conference at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell on a date in the fall of 2020.
Free adoption informational meetings
Meetings are held every last Wednesday of the month at our Waterville office (93 Silver Street) at 6 p.m. They are also held in Portland at Albin, Randall & Bennett (130 Middle Street, 3rd floor) the 2nd Monday of each month at 6 pm. Because of the current health crisis, Adoption Info meetings will be held virtually via Zoom. Please complete this form if you are interested in our virtual adoption informational meetings.
The Friends of the Maine Children's Home meetings
Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. in the Eskelund Community Center, located on our campus at 93 Silver Street, Waterville. Interested in joining? Please complete this form or learn more here. Because of the current health crisis, Friends meetings will be postponed until further notice.