ARC Foster & Kinship Care Education Program

Class Schedule

Tuesdays: All classes will be held on Tuesdays at McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100 unless otherwise noted.

  • Tuesday Spanish Classes will be held at Granite Park, Conference Room 1A
  • Whole Foster Family Home classes are tentatively scheduled to be held as needed at American River College, 4700 College Oaks Drive, Sacramento, CA 95841, HEED 700

Wednesdays: All classes will be held on Wednesdays at Granite Park, Conference Room 1B, Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. 

Thursdays: All classes will be held on Thursdays at McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100

Saturdays: Most Saturday classes will be held at Granite Park Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826 in Conference Room 1A and 1B.  Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations.

Calendar of Classes and Events

JANUARY 2020

Conciencia cultural: (serie en desarrollo 14 hours)

Martes, enero 21 & 28, 2020, (Continúa a través de febrero 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2020 & marzo 3, 2020)
Se discutirá términos culturales presentes en nuestra comunidad. En este entrenamiento aprenderá a reconocer sobre otras culturas y que tienen diferencias y similitudes con la cultura estadounidense igual que fortalezas. Identificaremos los orígenes de los estereotipos y tomar conciencia de los estereotipos, las necesidades culturales, las características y los prejuicios sobre los diferentes grupos culturales. También se repasarán los pasos para tomar conciencia cultural y como Practicar la competencia cultural.

Instructora: Nayeli Rojas, Estudiante de SW y apoyo de cuidado adoptive experimentado
Fecha: Martes, enero 21 & 28, 2020, (Continúa a través de febrero 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2020 & marzo 3, 2020)
Tiempo: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Lugar: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A. Compruebe primero con Seguridad. Estacione a lo largo de la valla de hierro blanco y no frente al edificio ya que esos espacios están reservados para nuestras operaciones diarias.
Por favor llame a Nayeli Rojas con cualquier pregunta al 916-709-5667




Dynamics of Sexual Abuse (Series total 6 hours)

Tuesdays, January 21 & 28, 2020, Continues on February 4, 2020
This class helps foster parents and caregivers identify the signs and symptoms of sexual abuse and assists children/victims of abuse through recovery. This class will help parents and others who work with victims to develop appropriate intervention strategies and support systems. This class will help parents develop skills to provide “therapeutic parenting” to these children/teens.

Instructor: Rochelle Bard, M.S.S.W.
Date: Tuesdays, January 21 & 28, 2020, February 4, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Personal and Family Connection (Series total 4 hours)

Wednesdays, January 22 & 29, 2020
This class will explore how we connect and interact one on one and in a family setting. This class will discuss challenges in communication and how these challenges can be overcome. This class will discuss healthy boundaries in a family system and give hands on instruction on positive communication to use with the traumatized child. This class will also explore healthy family communication styles and how to implement an effective pattern of communication within the family.

Instructor: Diane Miller, M.S.W.
Date: Wednesdays, January 22 & 29, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Executive Functioning: (Series total 4 hours)

Thursdays, January 23 & 30, 2020
Is your child(ren) or yourself struggle with time management, organization, being consistent, motivation, focus, memory Difficulties with Executive Functioning often leads to difficulties in the classroom, workplace, or at home. Forgetting to turn in an assignment, keeping on task are common struggles. This interactive workshop will help understand and get ideas on how you can help your child(ren) or yourself. You will leave with a self-assessment and resources you can share with your family.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate (SCOE)
Date: Thursdays, January 23 & 30, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




New Nurtured Heart Series (6 hours)

Saturday, January 25, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Saturday, January 25, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Whole Foster Family Home (10 hours)

Saturday, January 25, 2020 & February 1, 2020
Note: This class will be scheduled on an as need basis. It may be cancelled if not enough participants register. Please contact our office if you need to get WFFH certified and to register.
This class is required for all Resource Families who are interested in parenting a pregnant or teen with a child. Senate Bill 500 has provided guidelines for teens in foster care who become pregnant and maintain custody of their child. This class provides information and support resources for RFA homes that would like to be a foster parent and mentor to the “teen” parent.

Instructor: Michelle Gray, M.S.W.
Date: January 25 & February 1, 2020
Time: 9:30am – 3:30pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: American River College, 4700 College Oaks Drive, Sacramento, CA 95841, HEED 700

FEBRUARY 2020

Just keep swimming (6 hours)

Saturday, February 1, 2020
We all hear about stress and the negative effects it has. This class will explore stress and what leads to burnout which can happen with caregivers of children who have experienced trauma. Children who have experienced trauma may display challenging behaviors as a result of their trauma. We will offer skils to assist participants in turning down there stress and using skills to assist them to continue on when they feel like they can’t.

Instructor: Diane Miller, M.S.W.
Date: Saturday, February 1, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Conciencia cultural: (serie en desarrollo 14 hours)

(Continuaron desde enero) Martes, febrero 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2020 (Continúa a través de marzo 3, 2020)
Se discutirá términos culturales presentes en nuestra comunidad. En este entrenamiento aprenderá a reconocer sobre otras culturas y que tienen diferencias y similitudes con la cultura estadounidense igual que fortalezas. Identificaremos los orígenes de los estereotipos y tomar conciencia de los estereotipos, las necesidades culturales, las características y los prejuicios sobre los diferentes grupos culturales. También se repasarán los pasos para tomar conciencia cultural y como Practicar la competencia cultural.

Instructora: Nayeli Rojas, Estudiante de SW y apoyo de cuidado adoptive experimentado
Fecha: Martes, enero 21 & 28, 2020, (Continúa a través de febrero 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2020 & marzo 3, 2020)
Tiempo: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Lugar: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A. Compruebe primero con Seguridad. Estacione a lo largo de la valla de hierro blanco y no frente al edificio ya que esos espacios están reservados para nuestras operaciones diarias.
Por favor llame a Nayeli Rojas con cualquier pregunta al 916-709-5667




Whole Foster Family Home (10 hours)

Saturday, February 1, 2020
(Continuance from January 25, 2020 which you must attend also for certification)
Note: This class will be scheduled on an as need basis. It may be cancelled if not enough participants register. Please contact our office if you need to get WFFH certified and to register.
This class is required for all Resource Families who are interested in parenting a pregnant or teen with a child. Senate Bill 500 has provided guidelines for teens in foster care who become pregnant and maintain custody of their child. This class provides information and support resources for RFA homes that would like to be a foster parent and mentor to the “teen” parent.

Instructor: Michelle Gray, M.S.W.
Date: January 25 & February 1, 2020
Time: 9:30am – 3:30pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: American River College, 4700 College Oaks Drive, Sacramento, CA 95841, HEED 700




Dynamics of Sexual Abuse (Series total 6 hours)

Tuesday, February 4, 2020
( continued from January)This class helps foster parents and caregivers identify the signs and symptoms of sexual abuse and assists children/victims of abuse through recovery. This class will help parents and others who work with victims to develop appropriate intervention strategies and support systems. This class will help parents develop skills to provide “therapeutic parenting” to these children/teens.

Instructor: Rochelle Bard, M.S.S.W.
Date: Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.



Getting Organized (2 hours)

February 6, 2020
This class will provide you a great process to organize your child’s school and medical papers/ important document related to your child. You will leave with an easy way to find important documents and you will walk away with a binder with your work neatly organized.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate (SCOE)
Date: Thursday, February 6, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Life Space Intervention (2 hours)

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Learn how to turn youths challenging behaviors into learning opportunities. Life Space Intervention is a powerful tool for teaching self-management and values. It uses the youth’s reaction to difficult situations as way to help youth gain insight and understanding into their own feeling and behaviors. Participates will explore the importance of supportive communication, fine tune Active Listening Skills and learn the Evidence Based Processing Tool (LSI).

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Expert Trainer/Supervisor CRH
Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




New Nurtured Heart Series (Series total 6 hours)

Wednesdays, February 12, 19 & 26, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Wednesdays, February 12, 19 & 26, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A or 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Bend it like Buddha (2 hours)

Thursday, February 13, 2020
Mindfulness has become very popular as a stress reduction tool and living in the present. This class will explore mindfulness benefits and some mindfulness tools that participants can use in their daily life. You will learn how to help and teach the child/children in your home by using mindfulness skills to reduce anxiety.

Instructor: Diane Miller, M.S.W.
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Concerned about your child’s development? (4 hours)

Tuesdays, February 18 & 25, 2020
Learn about Developmental Milestones for ages 0-5. Learn how you can monitor these developments easily with free tools. Learn about Developmental Disabilities which is a group of conditions due to an impairment in physical, learning, language, or behavior areas. About 1 in 6 children in the US have one or more development disabilities or other developmental delays. The percentage is can be even higher with children in foster care who have experienced trauma. Each attendee/family will leave with tangible tools to aid your child in their development.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate (SCOE)
Date: Tuesdays, February 18 & 25, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Riding the Waves of Emotions ( 2 hours)

Thursday, February 20, 2020 
What are emotions? How do emotions impact us? This class will explore emotions and how they affect the brain, behavior, and thinking. You will learn about how emotions work to help and/ or hinder our ability to function. You will leave this class feeling more empowered on how to better handle the large waves of emotions we can feel. You will also be able to help your children with managing their large waves of emotions that they experience.

Instructor: Diane Miller, M.S.W.
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




I Can Crisis (6 hours)

Saturday, February 22, 2020
The majority of incidents of challenging behavior and crisis events that youth exhibit are triggered by overwhelming emotions or traumatic stress responses. This training will assist care-givers to prevent or de-escalate crisis and provide adults with the skills and knowledge so they can become the catalyst through with youth change old habits, destructive responses and maladaptive behavior patterns. Participates will learn: The Phases of Typical Crisis, Importance of Knowing Ourselves and Our Youth, How to Manage the Environment and numerous tools/techniques for de-escalating /managing challenging behaviors.

Instructor:Karen Gregg, Expert Trainer/Supervisor CRH
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




The Four Agreements (2hours)

Thursday, February 27, 2020
This class offers information from the best- selling book entitled ‘The Four Agreements’ by don Miquel Ruiz. You will learn the four agreements that provide simple truths that can assist participants in living life with a clear vision and purpose. These truths can be shared with children to assist them in navigating through challenging moments and difficult experiences.

Instructor: Diane Miller, M.S.W.
Date: Thursday, February 27, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Autism Life (6 hours)

Saturday, February 29, 2020
Autism is a neurological disorder that disrupts the child’s/adult’s learning and socialization affecting 1 in 59 children. It is a spectrum disorder, meaning that any two people diagnosed with Autism may have very different symptoms and/or characteristics. In this workshop you will have a better understanding about this disorder. Take this opportunity to ask questions you may have felt uncomfortable to ask before. You will leave with many strategies and resources you can share with your family.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate (SCOE)
Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.

MARCH 2020

Conciencia cultural: (serie en desarrollo 14 hours)

(Continuaron desde enero) Martes, marzo 3, 2020
Se discutirá términos culturales presentes en nuestra comunidad. En este entrenamiento aprenderá a reconocer sobre otras culturas y que tienen diferencias y similitudes con la cultura estadounidense igual que fortalezas. Identificaremos los orígenes de los estereotipos y tomar conciencia de los estereotipos, las necesidades culturales, las características y los prejuicios sobre los diferentes grupos culturales. También se repasarán los pasos para tomar conciencia cultural y como Practicar la competencia cultural.

Instructora: Nayeli Rojas, Estudiante de SW y apoyo de cuidado adoptive experimentado
Fecha: Martes, marzo 3, 2020( Continuaron desde febrero)
Tiempo: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Lugar: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A. Compruebe primero con Seguridad. Estacione a lo largo de la valla de hierro blanco y no frente al edificio ya que esos espacios están reservados para nuestras operaciones diarias.
Por favor llame a Nayeli Rojas con cualquier pregunta al 916-709-5667




Is Your Child Struggling in School / What Kind of Learner is your child? ( 4 hours)

Tuesdays, March 3 & 10, 2020
Hopefully there will be internet access so they can each do an assessment on their own strengths.
Is your child struggling in school? Do you know your child’s learning style? Children struggle in many different ways in school. We will discuss these struggles, how to communicate with the school & staff, and how to record relevant information. Demystify the stigmas you or your children may have. Leave with your own action plan to tackle your concerns and identify their learning style.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate(SCOE)
Date: Tuesdays, March 3 & 10, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Understanding Trauma-(4 hours)

Wednesdays, March 4 & 11, 2020
This class helps individuals and children who are exposed to trauma, abuse, and neglect recognize the signs of abuse, understand its effects on the individual’s overall development, sense of self-worth, and well-being. This class will help provide individuals and families with tools they can use to help them overcome their obstacles, develop a new sense of self-worth, and determination not to allow their abuse/trauma to define them. This class will help the individuals recognize they are unique and wonderful individuals with more to offer the world and themselves.

Instructor: Rochelle Bard, M.S.S.W.
Date: Wednesdays, March 4 & 11, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Trauma sexual: (serie en desarrollo 14 hours)

Martes, Marzo 10,17, 24, 31, Abril 14, 21 & 28, 2020
Los participantes aprenderán a comprender el impacto del abuso sexual en la confianza de un niño. También reconocer los posibles efectos a largo plazo del abuso sexual. Discutiremos como responder cuando un niño revela abuso. Incluso aprender sobre comportamientos de alto riesgo.

Instructora: Nayeli Rojas, Estudiante de SW y apoyo de cuidado adoptive experimentado
Fecha: Martes, marzo 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2020( Continúa en abril)
Tiempo: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Lugar: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A. Compruebe primero con Seguridad. Estacione a lo largo de la valla de hierro blanco y no frente al edificio ya que esos espacios están reservados para nuestras operaciones diarias.
Por favor llame a Nayeli Rojas con cualquier pregunta al 916-709-5667




New Nurtured Heart Series (6 hours)

Saturday, March 14, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Saturday, March 14, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




New Nurtured Heart Series (Series total 6 hours)

Wednesdays, March 18 & 25, April1, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Wednesdays, March 18 & 25, April 1, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A or 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Unconscious Bias: Exploring the Topic of Bias. ( 4 hours)

Thursdays, March 19 & 26, 2020
Understanding what Bias is and what happens when we allow attitudes, feelings, stereotypes or beliefs to impact our judgement or understanding of people. We may not even be aware that this occurs. We don't deliberately do this, rather it is an involuntary process that is hardwired in our deep conscience through early experiences. Becoming aware of these unknown bias will help us in our daily interaction with our children and others.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate (SCOE)
Date: Thursdays, March 19 & 26, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Are You a Co-Dependent?: Empowering the Codependent (6 hours)

Saturday, March 21, 2020
What is co-dependency? Are you a co-dependent and don’t know it? This class will explore codependency and characteristics of individuals who engage in codependent behaviors. You might find yourself in some of the co-depend characteristic and want to know how to change. This class will challenge codependent beliefs and behaviors and offer tools to empower non co-dependent behavior. We can only teach our children what we know and can do ourselves. This class will help us to assist our kids in becoming more responsible and developing independence.

Instructor: Diane Miller, M.S.W.
Date: Saturday, March 21, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




What is Healthy Human Sexual Development and What do we Need to Know when Caring for Youth who have been Sexually Exploited ( 6 hours- New required class for all RFA families)

Saturday, March 28, 2020
This class will cover what is healthy sexual development and how do we care for youth would have been sexually exploited. You will learn about new legislation, Senate Bill 89 which addresses the reproductive rights of youth and Non Minor Dependents in foster care. What are their rights to confidentiality and reasonable and prudent parent standards? Discussion on providing guidance and engaging youth in conversation about healthy sexual development/reproductive and sexual health will be covered. You will learn about current contraception methods and how to provide appropriate referral resource/ material to youth. This class will also cover caring for youth who have been sexually exploited and ways to assist the youth in healing. Although the subject matter can be difficult to hear it essential to understand and support our foster youth around healthy sexual development. This class is a mandated course for all RFA families.

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Expert Trainer/Supervisor CRH
Date: Saturday, March 28, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.

APRIL 2020

New Nurtured Heart Series (Series total 6 hours)

Wednesday, April1, 2020 (Continued from March 18 & 25, 2020)
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Wednesdays, April 1, 2020 ( Continued from March 18 & 25, 2020)
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A or 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Trauma sexual: (serie en desarrollo 14 hours)

Abril 14, 21 & 28, 2020 (Continuaron desde marzo)
Los participantes aprenderán a comprender el impacto del abuso sexual en la confianza de un niño. También reconocer los posibles efectos a largo plazo del abuso sexual. Discutiremos como responder cuando un niño revela abuso. Incluso aprender sobre comportamientos de alto riesgo.

Instructora: Nayeli Rojas, Estudiante de SW y apoyo de cuidado adoptive experimentado
Fecha: Martes, Abil 14, 21 & 28, 2020 (Continuaron desde marzo)
Tiempo: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Lugar: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A. Compruebe primero con Seguridad. Estacione a lo largo de la valla de hierro blanco y no frente al edificio ya que esos espacios están reservados para nuestras operaciones diarias.
Por favor llame a Nayeli Rojas con cualquier pregunta al 916-709-5667




Foster Parents and Foster Youth Rights-(2 hours)

Wednesday, April 15, 2020
This class will discuss foster children and “foster parents’ rights”. This class will help foster parents develop an understanding of their rights in their home while providing a safe comfortable environment for foster children and respecting the foster children’s rights. Foster parents will be provided resources and tools they can use in their home, and learn to develop support systems in the community. Foster parents will also have an opportunity to have an open forum and discuss with foster parents, former foster children, and the ombudsman’s office. The CA Foster Care Ombudsman Office will be presenting part of this class. They will provide material on Foster Youth Rights. A foster youth representative will also be presenting. Then we will look at the Foster Parent Rights. It is important to know that both you and the children you parent have rights that need to be supported and nurtured.

Instructor: Rochelle Bard, M.S.S.W.
Date: Wednesdays, April 15, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A or 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Dynamics of Trauma and Trauma Informed Care (Series total 6 hours)

Thursdays, April 16, 23 & 30, 2020
You will learn about understanding healthy development, how the brain functions, and healthy social & emotional regulation. We will be exploring how trauma can occur and how it effects the young developing brain, understand how trauma and it’s effects on the caregiver, learn compassionate and trauma informed care skills. This series is a must for those who parent children who have experienced, abuse, neglect and entered foster care.

Instructor: Diane Miller, M.S.W.
Date: Thursdays, April 16, 23 & 30, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




New Nurtured Heart Series (6 hours)

Saturday, April 18, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Saturday, April 18, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Mindful Parenting those with Invisible Disabilities (4 hours)

Tuesdays, April 28, 2020 and May 5, 2020
In society you come across those who judge others based on what they see. They come to the conclusion on what that person can and cannot do. What is frustrating is there are children and adults who appear to “normal” but you see them act “abnormal”. Society would judge them as lazy, bad, immature etc. Likely they have an invisible disability. Imagine parenting a child with an invisible disability. How do you handle society? How do you handle school? As a foster/resource parent, how do you welcome the child/teen? This class will give you the tools needed to support your child and your family.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate (SCOE)
Date: Tuesdays, April 28, 2020 & May 5, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Domestic Violence: Also referred as Domestic Abuse or Family Violence (2 hours)

Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Domestic Violence is a pattern of behavior which involves violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic setting, such as in marriage or cohabitation. Domestic violence can also involve violence against children, parents, or the elderly. This class will address the cycle of abuse, the power and control dynamics, and how domestic violence can affect children and families. This class will also address the danger and risk factors associated with domestic violence that continue to place several children in foster care each year.

Instructor: Rochelle Bard, M.S.S.W.
Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Keys to Loving What You Do (2 hours)

Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Come and discover the Keys to loving what you do as Resource Parents. Although at times it may feel very overwhelming and discouraging, there are many positive aspects to parenting children from trauma. In this class, you will learn about the vital and essential keys that lead to successful, joyful and enjoyment of parenting.

Instructor: Michelle Gray, M.S.W.
Date: April 29, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




El Enfoque de Corazón Nutrido (NHA) (6 hours)

Sábado, Abril 25, 2020
NHA es un increíble conjunto de estrategias desarrolladas específicamente para niños con conductas desafiantes. A menudo los padres han probado muchas técnicas de crianza de los hijos sólo para desanimarse cuando no funcionan bien. Este enfoque funciona bien para todos los niños, especialmente aquellos que no han respondido bien a las técnicas tradicionales, y facilitará el éxito de los padres. Los niños cuyos padres aprenden a energizarlos son mucho más propensos a hacerlo bien en la escuela; Tener autoestima sana; Muestran empatía y comportamiento pro-social; Y evitar actividades de alto riesgo como el uso de drogas, ausentismo y actividad criminal. Nuestro objetivo es ver que usted tiene una relación positiva con sus hijos!

Instructor: Nicholas Huerta, Instructor Certificado del Corazón Nutrido Instuctor
Fecha: Sábado, Abril 25, 2020
Tiempo: 9:00am – 4:00pm (Comida 12-1)
Lugar: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1C. Compruebe primero con Seguridad. ATENCIÓN: Estacione a lo largo de la valla de hierro blanco y no frente al edificio ya que esos espacios están reservados para nuestras operaciones diarias. Por favor llame a Nayeli Rojas con cualquier pregunta al 916-709-5667




Whole Foster Family Home (10 hours)

Saturday, April 18 & 25, 2020

Note: This class will be scheduled on an as need basis. It may be cancelled if not enough participants register. Please contact our office if you need to get WFFH certified and to register.

This class is required for all Resource Families who are interested in parenting a pregnant or teen with a child. Senate Bill 500 has provided guidelines for teens in foster care who become pregnant and maintain custody of their child. This class provides information and support resources for RFA homes that would like to be a foster parent and mentor to the “teen” parent.

Instructor: Michelle Gray, M.S.W.
Date: April 18 & 25, 2020
Time: 10:00pm – 3:30pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B/1C . Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.



Suicide TALK ( 2 hours)

April 14, 2020
Every 28 seconds someone dies by suicide, unfortunately it has recently become the 2nd leading cause of death for young people. Suicide Talk is an introductory to the topic of Suicide, it includes examining why someone might experience thoughts of, explores Stigmas /Attitudes and teaches to how you can be a part of a suicide safer community.

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Expert Trainer/Supervisor CRH
Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.

MAY 2020

Cultural Competency and Humility (6 hours)

Saturday, May 2, 2020
This course is designed to provide foster and adoptive parents with information and skills that will enable them to parent children from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Our basic assumption is that culture and ethnicity will predispose us to behave in specific ways. In order to provide for the children in our care, we must understand specific concepts, some of the differences that manifest as a result of the social environment, including culture, ethnicity, economics, and language. We must also be willing to look at ourselves from a cultural perspective to embrace the culture of others. Despite how we look, every individual present with a personal history, a unique personality, and a way of being in the world. Children in foster care are no exception to this rule and because of this, it is important that caretakers be willing to explore the varying possibilities. This includes but is not limited to sexual orientation, physical and emotional disabilities, mixed race heritage, religious orientation, and other individual factors that define the children in our care.

Instructor: Rochelle Bard, M.S.S.W.
Date: Saturday, May 2, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Transiciones :(serie en desarrollo 12hours)

Mayo 5, 12 19 & 26, 2020, Junio 2 & 9, 2020
Aprender sobre las etapas del duelo en las transiciones cuando los niños llegan a su hogar y cuando se van de su hogar. También obtener una comprensión más profunda del dolor y la pérdida en relación con nuestras relaciones con los niños. Discutiremos los signos y diferencias en la fatiga de la compasión, el agotamiento y el estrés traumático secundario.

Instructora: Nayeli Rojas, Estudiante de SW y apoyo de cuidado adoptive experimentado
Fecha: Martes, Mayo 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2020, (Continúa en Junio)
Tiempo: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Lugar: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A. Compruebe primero con Seguridad. Estacione a lo largo de la valla de hierro blanco y no frente al edificio ya que esos espacios están reservados para nuestras operaciones diarias.
Por favor llame a Nayeli Rojas con cualquier pregunta al 916-709-5667




Mindful Parenting those with Invisible Disabilities (4 hours)

Tuesday, May 5, 2020 (continued from April 28, 2020)
In society you come across those who judge others based on what they see. They come to the conclusion on what that person can and cannot do. What is frustrating is there are children and adults who appear to “normal” but you see them act “abnormal”. Society would judge them as lazy, bad, immature etc. Likely they have an invisible disability. Imagine parenting a child with an invisible disability. How do you handle society? How do you handle school? As a foster/resource parent, how do you welcome the child/teen? This class will give you the tools needed to support your child and your family.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate (SCOE)
Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




New Nurtured Heart Series (Series total 6 hours)

Wednesdays, May 6, 13 & 20, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Wednesdays, May 6, 13 & 20, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A or 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Surviving, Thriving Teens (2 hours)

Thursday, May 7, 2020
Trauma occurring during childhood or adolescence can have a substantial impact on adolescent development and permanently alter the way their brain functions. This course will review “normal’ adolescent development, examine how trauma can derail “Normalcy”, and explore some supportive interventions to assist teens on their journey to “Greatness”.

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Expert Trainer/Supervisor CRH
Date: Thursday, May 7, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Cultural Competency and Humility with Mixed Race or Mixed Heritage Families (6 hours)

Saturday, May 9, 2020
This class is designed to help resource parents or adoptive parents to work with children who are biological born into a family of mixed race or heritage or who have been adopted or placed into a mixed race or heritage family. The participants in this class will obtain history and knowledge regarding various races. They will obtain facts regarding the largest growing population, the date it became legally free to marry outside of their race, discuss in an open forum issues children of mixed race or heritage face. This class will promote pride and positive racial identity in youth with a focus on mixed heritage. The resource parents/adoptive parents will learn how to celebrate their culture as well as the children’s cultures. They will also learn how to deal with implicit bias and explicit bias. Resource parents will develop tools, games, and activities to use at home with their children to promote racial and ethnic identity and pride. The Primary Reference “Multiethnic Education Presents My People Are…Youth Pride in Mixed Heritage” www.multiethniceducation.org

Instructor: Rochelle Bard, M.S.S.W.
Date: Saturday, May 9, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




Creating Resiliency ( 4 hours)

Tuesdays, May 12 & 19, 2020
All children are capable of working through challenges and coping with stress. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from stress, adversity, failure, challenges or even trauma. It’s not something that kids either have or don’t. This is a skill they develop as they grow. Add to your toolbox with some skills in resiliency and provide that supportive relationship all kids need.

Instructor: “Espi” Espinoza, Parent & Child Advocate (SCOE)
Date: Tuesdays, May 12 & 19, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




Summertime Safety, Resources, and Activities (2 hours)

Thursday, May 14, 2020
“It’s summer time and we don’t know what to do”. This class will address family activities, drowning prevention, and community resources for foster parents to use during the summer. The foster parents will be provided activities that will help stimulate the foster children’s growth and development while keeping them active and involved during the summer. Foster parents will also be provided bonding activities and a list of community events for the entire family.

Instructor: Rochelle Bard, M.S.S.W.
Date: Thursday, May 14, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: McClellan Park, 5146 Arnold Ave, McClellan, CA 95652, ROOM 100. Take Watt North and you will see McClellan Park. Look for address and if map quest put in city of McClellan.




New Nurtured Heart Series (6 hours)

Saturday May 16, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Saturday, May 16, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first




New Nurtured Heart Series (Series total 6 hours)

Wednesdays, May 27, June 3 & 10, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Wednesdays, May 27, June3 & 10, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A or 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.

JUNE 2020

Transiciones (serie en desarrollo 12 hours)

Junio 2 & 9, 2020 (Continuaron desde Mayo)
Aprender sobre las etapas del duelo en las transiciones cuando los niños llegan a su hogar y cuando se van de su hogar. También obtener una comprensión más profunda del dolor y la pérdida en relación con nuestras relaciones con los niños. Discutiremos los signos y diferencias en la fatiga de la compasión, el agotamiento y el estrés traumático secundario.

Instructora: Nayeli Rojas, Estudiante de SW y apoyo de cuidado adoptive experimentado
Fecha: Martes, Junio 2 & 9, 2020 (Continuaron desde Mayo)
Tiempo: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Lugar: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A. Compruebe primero con Seguridad. Estacione a lo largo de la valla de hierro blanco y no frente al edificio ya que esos espacios están reservados para nuestras operaciones diarias.
Por favor llame a Nayeli Rojas con cualquier pregunta al 916-709-5667




New Nurtured Heart Series (Series total 6 hours)

Wednesdays, June 3 & 10, 2020 (Continued from May 27, 2020)
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Wednesdays, June3 & 10, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1A or 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




New Nurtured Heart Series (6 hours)

Saturday June 13, 2020
The Nurtured Heart Approach ((NHA)) is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with challenging behaviors. Often parents have tried many parenting techniques only to become discouraged when they do not work well. This approach works well for all children, especially those who have not responded well to traditional techniques, and will facilitate parenting success. Children whose parents learn to energize them are much more likely to do well in school; have healthy self- esteem; exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior; and avoid high-risk activities such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity. Our objective is to see you have a positive relationship with your kids!

Instructor: Karen Gregg, Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.




What is Healthy Human Sexual Development and What do we Need to Know when Caring for Youth who have been Sexually Exploited (6 hours- New required class for all RFA families)

Saturday, June 20, 2020
This class will cover what is healthy sexual development and how do we care for youth would have been sexually exploited. You will learn about new legislation, Senate Bill 89 which addresses the reproductive rights of youth and Non Minor Dependents in foster care. What are their rights to confidentiality and reasonable and prudent parent standards? Discussion on providing guidance and engaging youth in conversation about healthy sexual development/reproductive and sexual health will be covered. You will learn about current contraception methods and how to provide appropriate referral resource/ material to youth. This class will also cover caring for youth who have been sexually exploited and ways to assist the youth in healing. Although the subject matter can be difficult to hear it essential to understand and support our foster youth around healthy sexual development. This class is a mandated course for all RFA families.

Instructor: Diane Miller, M.S.W.
Date: Saturday, June 20, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (12-1 lunch)
Location: Sacramento County Building, 3331 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826, Conference Room 1B. Park along the white iron fence and not in front of the building as those space are reserved for our daily operations. Check in with Security first.

Whole Foster Family Home (10 hours)

Note: This class will be scheduled on an as need basis. Please contact our office if you need to get WFFH certified.
This class is required for all Resource Families who are interested in parenting a pregnant or teen with a child. Senate Bill 500 has provided guidelines for teens in foster care who become pregnant and maintain custody of their child. This class provides information and support resources for RFA homes that would like to be a foster parent and mentor to the “teen” parent.

Instructor: Michelle Gray, M.S.W.
Date: TBA as needed

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Thank you for your interest in our classes.

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