Medical Consent Training

Medical consent forms provide a secure way for healthcare providers to provide certain information needed.

Normalcy Training

This training will help you understand the need for children in your care to have a normal living environment. We call this normalcy.

Psychotropic Medication Training

This training explains Child Protective Services's expectations for the safe and effective use of psychotropic medications by children in DFPS conservatorship.

Trauma Informed Care Training

The Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) recognizes the long-term effects of adverse childhood experiences such as child abuse and neglect. The need to address trauma is an important component of effective service delivery. The impact of trauma is experienced by children, families, caregivers, and the social service providers who serve them.

Reporting Abuse Training

In Texas, anyone who has reasonable cause to believe that a child is being abused or neglected has a legal obligation to report it. 'Reasonable cause' does not require directly witnessing the abuse or neglect. Professional reporters are required to report within 48 hours of becoming aware of the concern.