Training Resource Center

The Training Resource Center (TRC) promotes and supports the well-being of families, children, and communities through research and evaluation, training, technical assistance and service and program development. For more than two decades, the TRC has been a source of innovation, information, and integral collaborations. As a nationally recognized leader in the fields of child welfare research and training, the TRC serves more than 50,000 individuals each year. Moreover, the TRC is committed to being a catalyst entity – one that brings meaningful change – to the institutions, organizations, and agencies with which it partners and collaborates.

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Unique Centers & Labs

116%

Increase in FY20 extramural research funding

50,000+

Individuals served annually by Centers & Labs

Offices


Featured Stories


Examining Military Behavioral Health with Dr. Chris Flaherty

Examining Military Behavioral H...

The Military Behavioral Health Lab (MBH) is a unique lab focused on generating empirical knowledge and testing clinical interventions to
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Mentoring Foster Parents with Jeff Damron and Tamikia Dumas

Mentoring Foster Parents with J...

Imagine you’re a new foster parent or kinship caregiver, and if you’re being honest, it’s nerve-wracking. No matter how prepared
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Connecting Kentucky Families with Missy Segress, Jessica Fletcher, and Karen Bowman

Connecting Kentucky Families wi...

No matter how prepared you are, once a child walks into your home, it can feel overwhelming. You ultimately need
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Events


July 14, 2020, 7:00 pm
Fostering During COVID-19 Town Hall

Fostering During COVID-19 Town Hall

The Foster Parent Training Program and the Kentucky Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) have teamed up to bring you two live, virtual Fostering During
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July 20, 2020, 12:00 pm
Virtual MSW Info Session

Virtual MSW Info Session

Join Graduate Program Director, Dr. Kalea Benner, and College of Social Work personnel as we discuss our Master of Social Work program. Topics will include:
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July 30, 2020, 1:00 pm
Social Work Career Panel: Mental Health

Social Work Career Panel: Mental Health

Join us on Thursday, July 30 at 1:00 PM EST for a virtual discussion with three social work alumni working in the mental health field.
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