Childline- online clearances and report
You will need to create an account
PA State Police online background checks
FBI Background checks/fingerprinting info
Click on digital fingerprinting and enter the service code that applies from the chart below.
|SERVICE CODE||APPLICANT TYPE||DEPARTMENT|
|1KG6ZJ||DHS Volunteer||Department of Human Services|
|1KG71B||Foster Parent||Department of Human Services|
|1KG72V||Prospective Adoptive Parent||Department of Human Services|
|1KG738||Child Care Services/Program Employee or Contractor||Department of Human Services|
|1KG74S||Family Child Care Home Provider||Department of Human Services|
|1KG756||Employee>=14 Years Contact with Children||Department of Human Services|
|1KG76Q||Individual>=18 Years in Foster Home||Department of Human Services|
|1KG774||Individual>=18 Years in Prospective Adoptive Home||Department of Human Services|
|1KG78K||Individual>=18 Years in Licensed Child Care Home||Department of Human Services|
|1KG8TG||Individual>=18 Years in Family Living, Community, or Host Home||Department of Human Services|
Mandated Reporter Training
Centers for Disease Control Parent Portal
Welcome to the CDC Parent Portal! Here you will find a wealth of information from across all of CDC, covering everything from safety at home and the community to immunization schedules and developmental milestones. Let the CDC Parent Portal help you keep your child healthy and safe!
The South Central PA Health Care Quality Unit (HCQU) offers free online training from their website. Go to the link listed above and register. You need an email address and password to register. Once you login you will be directed to the Course Index page. Click on any course and follow the directions given. Upon successful completion you will be provided with a Certification of Completion. It is important to print this certificate and give to your client supervisor to earn credit for the class. If you need assistance navigating the website, please contact your client supervisor.
Pennsylvania State Resource Family Association
The Pennsylvania State Resource family Association advocates for all those who care about children and their families. We work supportively with foster, adoptive, and kinship families, and with local foster parent associations and agencies who care for the children we serve.
Summit Health/Summit Endowment
The Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network
The role of SWAN is to address barriers to permanency for children and to respond to the increased numbers of children needing adoption services. To achieve this mission we adhere to a model of public and private collaboration for adoption services demonstrating a statewide program that provides safety and permanency for the children.
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network provides over 300 training services with various topics such as Psychological First Aid, Complexity of Trauma, The 12 Core Concepts for Understanding Traumatic Stress Responses in Children and Families, and many more.