The Fifth Annual Urbaniak/Sanders Luncheon & Fashion Show is Wednesday September 17th, 2014.

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Care to Cradle

The Durham Connects program, run through CCFH, was recently profiled by April Dudash of the Herald Sun. The article focuses on the positive impacts that Durham Connects has had on the families it serves. Click here for view the article in its entirety.
Support CCFH
Click here to learn more about how you can support CCFH.
PCIT of the Carolinas
PCIT of the Carolinas is a collaborative effort between the Duke Endowment, the Duke Evidence-based Practice Implementation Center (Duke EPIC), and CCFH to disseminate PCIT across North and South Carolina and represents the nation’s first learning collaborative in PCIT.

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CCFH partners with National Crime Victim Law Institute
Traumatic Stress
CCFH Legal Director co-authors article educating attorneys on child traumatic stress for the National
Crime Victim Law Institute. Click here to learn more.
Support for Adoptive Families in 11 Counties
Post Adoption
Fostering Hope for Adoptive Families is a program funded by the NC Division of Social Services to provide assessment and support services to adoptive families. Click here for more information on services available.
Research & Training at the Center for Child & Family Health
Research & Training
Click here to learn more about our research and training programs or click the link below.

NC CTP is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) learning collaborative. For more information please click here.