Family development is helping to transform health care, human services, and education one person – and one organization – at a time, while also profoundly influencing state and federal policy. The cornerstone of our work is respect for each person’s culture and definition of family. –Claire Forest, PhD
This program is in partnership with Tioga Opportunities, Inc. and Cornell University Cooperative Extension Tioga County.
The Family Development Credential Program is a Professional Development Course and Credentialing Program for frontline family workers to learn and practice skills of strength-based family support.
Contact 607-687-4222 for information.
“It helped me remember why I went into this work in the first place!”
“Now I”m looking for strengths. Last year I never thought about how important that step is when working with families.”
“This class should be a prerequisite for every front-line worker!”