Training & Resources

The Center offers a variety of training opportunities and resources to help everyone — from seasoned professional to new parents — navigate the issues facing today’s children, teenagers and families.

Online Training

The Center's training courses are developed by experienced professionals who are highly skilled in providing behavioral health, educational, and social services to children, youth, and families.

Upon completion, most courses provide a link that directs you to a short quiz covering content from the training. Scores of 80% or higher allow you to print a certificate of completion.

The Center's training courses are:
  • Portable
  • Compliant with accessibility standards
  • Developed for analytics
  • Compatible with online coaching and apprenticeships
  • Automated for certificates of completion

Training for partnering organizations

Free Training and Resources for the public

Resources

Educating and raising children can be extremely difficult. The Center has developed a resource library filled with material to help professionals and parents meet the needs of Montana's children and youth.

Podcasts

To view the full descriptions and to listen to these podcasts, visit our podcast page.

  • Community for Native Veterans
  • Creating Community for Veterans from Finding Home to Whitewater Rafting
  • Drug Impacted Babies & Children 
  • Family Communication for Returning Veterans
  • Grandparents Raising Their Grandchildren
  • Grief and Loss 
  • Human Trafficking
  • Introduction to Psychotropic Medications
  • The Assessment Interview
  • The Role of Child Protection Specialists in Tribal Court
  • Thoughts on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome 
  • Treating Children with Brain-based Disabilities: An Occupational Therapist Approach 
  • Understanding Trauma and its Impacts