NFPN Upgrades and Early Fall Savings

Here’s a look at what’s new at the National Family Preservation Network (NFPN) and fall savings are coming early this year.

1. Updated Website

What does this mean for you? offers hundreds of pages of research and resources on family preservation, reunification, and father involvement. We have spent more than a year pruning and organizing the best of our online resources to help ensure that you can easily find the most up-to-date information available in the field.

If you’ve visited our website before, the main difference you’ll notice is the quick-access menus at the bottom of each page. No matter where you are on the website, you have direct access to Articles, Videos, Products, and the Price Quote Forms. This makes navigating our website both faster and easier.

2. Streamlined Purchasing

We have simplified our online price quote forms in order for you to more quickly receive NFPN training materials. After obtaining an invoice or selecting a product to purchase, payment online takes just a few clicks to complete. We ship most products the same day that payment is received.

3. NFPN Blog

We have significantly updated the NFPN News Notes archives (9 years worth), moving them to a blog platform and making them searchable by date and category. You can also type in search terms to find articles on topics that are not specifically categorized.
And, don’t forget to follow the weekly IFPS Blog. We offer instructions on the IFPS blog on how to post a comment and please do so on both blogs!

4. Assessment Tool Development

NFPN, in partnership with Dr. Ray Kirk and some outstanding agencies, has begun developing two new domains for the family assessment tools: trauma and enhanced well-being.
Currently, our most comprehensive tool, the NCFAS-G+R, has 10 domains. Adding two more domains will place excessive demands on the database software that is provided in the training packages for electronic entry of ratings. So NFPN is planning to develop a web-based database to accommodate rapid entry of ratings and research-level analysis and reports.
Contact NFPN if your agency is interested in partnering on development of the web database.

5. Assessment Tool Savings through October 31

After the new domains and web database are tested and finalized (see #4), prices for the Assessment Tools Training Packages will increase. NFPN encourages you to purchase the tools this year to lock in the current pricing. (Note: The new materials, when they are released, will be sold both as an add-on to the current packages and as a self-contained training package.)

Fall savings start early this year. Order an Assessment Tool Training Package now to receive free shipping as well as a complimentary copy of a Cultural Competence Training Package.

To get started, complete the Assessment Tool Price Quote Form:

6. Special Fatherhood Pricing through August 31

As mentioned last month, the Basic and Advanced Fatherhood Training Packages are now available for the low price of just $200 for up to 10 practitioners and $20 per additional practitioner. NFPN will also include the Complete Guide to Father Involvement at no cost through August 31.

To get started, complete the Fatherhood Training Price Quote Form:


Please cruise our updated website to check out additional products and resources. A favorite stop-off is Free Resources. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, have questions, or need additional information, please e-mail or call.

We’re here for you!

Priscilla Martens, Exec. Dir.
National Family Preservation Network | 888-498-9047

One thought on “NFPN Upgrades and Early Fall Savings

  1. pmarckworth August, 2013 at 10:52 am Reply

    Congratulations on the NFPN blog. I look forward to following your news.

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