Community Action to Reach out to Infants (CARI) is a State-funded project with the Department of Alcohol and Drugs that serves substance-exposed and medically fragile infants and toddlers. CARI provides foster parents and relatives who care for these children with specialized training, support groups and respite care.
The CARI Spring 2021 (CARI) Cohort Series begins on February 3, 2021. CARI providers who complete this training will receive 48 hours of respite care, meet other resource parents of infants in Alameda County and learn about drug exposure, what to look for, and how to nurture healthy development.
Please check the flier for registration and training details.