The UNH Center for Professional Excellence in Child Welfare (CPE) has offices in two locations: Concord in the Dolloff Building and Pettee Hall on the UNH Durham campus. Most CPE staff (listed below with contact information) split their time between the two offices, with the exception of Pam Seufert, who is located in Concord full-time.
Directions: To see directions to the Dolloff Building, click here. (A parking map is linked in the Visitor Parking section below.)
Visitor Parking: Please be aware that the Dolloff Building parking lot is for building tenants only. Vehicles in that lot without Dolloff Building parking stickers may be towed or ticketed. Guest/visitor parking (no parking sticker required) is available both along Brown Road and in Lot C, located behind the Dolloff Building and accessed via Averille Road/Drive, which is next to the Dolloff Building parking lot. To see the visitor parking map, click here.
Tobacco-free workplace: Beginning on June, 1, 2015, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services adopted a tobacco-free workplace policy. This policy applies to our clients, visitors, employees and their families when on DHHS properties (including the Dolloff Building). It includes all forms of tobacco products including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, electronic cigarettes and smokeless tobacco.
University of New Hampshire
Dolloff Building, 117 Pleasant St., 3rd Floor
Educational Program Coordinators
The UNH Center for Professional Excellence in Child Welfare (CPE) continually assesses the training needs of DCYF staff in a variety of ways including via Educational Program Coordinators (EPCs) assigned to each DCYF district office. EPCs meet directly with staff within each district office on a regular basis and maintain ongoing contact by phone and email. EPCs are responsible for working with staff to provide support and to assess their individual trainings needs in order for each Supervisor and CPSW to complete an Annual Individual Training Plan (AITP). The EPCs utilize AITPs to guide CPE’s training programs, as well as for processing individual training requests from each staff member. In addition, EPCs assist in identifying and coordinating trainings scheduled in the district offices, which are intended to meet a specific need of each individual office: