Provider Training, Information & Forms

  1. REQUIRED ON-GOING TRAINING
  2. On-Going Training Resources
  3. Mental & Physical Health

Required On-Going Training

You are required to complete 12 hours of training per license holder/per year.  The time approved for each video will be a discussion between you and your licensor.  

You may utilize this training overview and training log to ensure on-going compliance.  

The following are approved options for each training topic.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

1 hour every year

Document training with a certificate or Study Sheet


Mental Health Related

1 hour every year

Document training with a certificate or Study Sheet

10 hours

Document training with a certificate or Study Sheet

  • The remaining hours are of your choosing
  • Training must come from this website, approved by your licensor in advanced or documented to comply with MN Rule 2960.3070
  • You are responsible to track your on-going training requirements.
  • Failure to comply with yearly training requirements may result in a correction order.


  1. Trauma & Brain Development
  2. Child Development, Parenting with a Trauma Lens & More
  3. Mindfulness, Relaxation & Yoga

Please be advised that you do not have to pay for a training certificate.  By thoroughly completing the Wright County Study Sheet, you will receive credit for your learning.

Child Development and Trauma Guide

ReMoved 1

Remember My Story - ReMoved Part  2  

Love is Never Waster - ReMoved Part 3 

How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime 

Childhood traumatic Grief:  Information for Parents and Caregivers Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE's) 

Building Resilience in Foster Youth

For 25+ resources on:
Trauma & Brain Development
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Resilience
CLICK HERE

  1. Partnering with Birth Parents
  2. Secondary Trauma & Self-Care
  3. Foster Family Dynamics
  4. Permanency
Please be advised that you do not have to pay for a training certificate.  By thoroughly completing the Wright County Study Sheet, you will receive credit for your learning.

​Birth Parents with Trauma Histories and the Child Welfare System


​Building a Positive Relationship with Birth Parents


​Parents Are Not Broken


​For more about how to partner with birth parents:

​CLICK HERE


  1. Relative/Kinship Resources
  2. LGBTQ+
  3. Youth Centered
  4. Culture
  5. Education
  1. Transportation
  2. Foster Care Forms & Resources 
  3. WCHHS Communication

As licensed foster care providers, you are able to request reimbursement for mileage to medical appointments through a foster child's medical assistance. Visit the Health Care Access / MA Transportation page for more information.