Classes & Workshops

 

Our parenting classes include workbook activities as well as open discussion opportunities.

Participants receive workbooks, handouts, coupons for family activities, and gift certificates

upon class completion. Guest speakers address topics such as preparing healthier meals,

fun family activities, and information on accessing healthcare. Some class topics include

limit setting, effective discipline, mutual respect, communication, and problem solving.

 

Our class offerings are as follows: 

Early Childhood Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (S.T.E.P.)

 

Offered to parents of children ages 0 to 5 years old. This class meets once a week for 8 weeks. Each session meets for two and half hours.

 

Active Parenting - Ages 5 to 12

 

Classes are offered to the parents of children ages 5 to 12. This class meets once a week for 7 weeks. Each session meets for two and half hours.

 

Active Parenting of Teens

 

Classes are offered to parents of teens and preteens from 5th grade and up (middle school and high school students). This class meets once a week for 7 weeks. Each session meets for two and half hours.

 

Families in Action

Date: No classes at this time scheduled.

 

Families in Action classes are for both parents and teens (middle and high school students) simultaneously. Each session begins with parents and teens meeting in separate rooms, each with its own leader, then later joining together as a combined group for the remainder of the session.

Teens in Action

Date:No classes at this time scheduled.

Teaching teens to build skills and self‐esteem, to become cooperative individuals who can work well in groups, and to communicate effectively with others. These skills provide the basis for success in all areas of life. 

Staying Connected With Your Teens 

Date: No classes at this time scheduled.

Staying Connected With Your Teen is a program designed to give you the skills you need to help your teen successfully make the transition into adulthood.  Topics in this class includes effectively relating to your teen, identifying risk factors that can affect your teen, bonding with your teen, solving problems as a family unit, and other areas on supporting the independence of your teen.