Successful Co-Parenting Class-February 15, 2018

Successful Co-Parenting teaches skills divorced or separated parents can use to: Help their children build resilience during difficult situations, Communicate effectively with the other parent, Keep kids out of the middle of parent conflicts. Registration is required. This Session is free for participants. It is being sponsored by Zaagichigaazowin Home Visiting, a grant under ACF.

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Parent Cafes

Explore ways to reduce household stress and build resilience. Register online for Parent Cafes;~ Brewing Strong Families and Communities! Connect with other families who understand the unique challenges and joys of raising children. Free childcare available upon request at some locations.

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Successful Co-Parenting

Co-parenting families have a unique set of challenges. They also have opportunities to build strengths. For children it may mean adapting to a new family arrangement, moving between households, or living with a single parent or another caregiver.

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Raising a Thinking Child scheduled to begin February 16

Raising a Thinking Child can help reduce household stress as you guide your child to handle common issues through communication and problem-solving. Teach your kids to stop and think about the consequences of their actions, understand the feelings of others and manage conflicts at home, at school and in other settings.

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Strengthening Families Program available to area organizations and groups

Parents, are you worried about the changes your children are going through in middle school and how to stay involved with your youth? Kids, do you want to have fun with your family?   The six-week Strengthening Families Program is designed for parents and their youth age 10-14.  The sessions are designed to strengthen parenting skills, […]

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