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Training and Event Registration

Here at JFO, we pride ourselves on being your partner in community support and development for vulnerable children and families. We provide a range of training courses for individuals in local, national, and international communities. Our courses are designed to provide you with the knowledge of dealing with poverty, FASD, poverty response, and community networking. To explore available dates and times, please click on the links below: 

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Our FASD training courses aim to equip participants with the knowledge and tools they need to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals with FASD. It's a valuable resource for professionals in various fields, including healthcare, education, social work, and more, who are dedicated to supporting those affected by FASD. (CEUs can be earned and provided to those who are interested in their professional advancement.)

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Church Informational Meetings

CarePortal is an innovative ministry tool used by churches to directly support the needs of children and families in our community. It's about making a real difference, right where we live.


Come, be a part of this compassionate journey. Let's explore how we can collaborate to uplift those around us. Learn how this valuable tool can strengthen and disciple your church members, while being the hands and feet of Christ to children here in the Capital Region.

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Responder Training courses with CarePortal are vital for ensuring that individuals and organizations can make a meaningful difference in the lives of children and families experiencing challenges. By participating in these courses, responders become better equipped to address the specific needs presented by CarePortal requests and contribute to positive outcomes for those they serve.

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Community Network Meetings

These events bring together various stakeholders, including local child welfare agencies, churches, organizations, and community members. These meetings serve as a platform for networking, collaboration, and the exchange of ideas and resources to enhance the collective effort in supporting vulnerable children and families in the community.

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