A program consisting of home visits, parenting and family counseling, and community networking to empower and enrich at-risk families of children; infant to 13 years of age. Parents are taught about brain development, parenting skills, communication skills, abuse and neglect prevention, family meetings, conflict resolution, community services, good nutrition, quality use of free time, and support among the families. Referrals for this program are only accepted from the Department of Children and Families.
- Parenting skills
- Bilingual psycho-educational groups
- Behavior management training
- Positive discipline skills
Is my information, while attending the Parents Now program, kept confidential?
If my kids are removed from my care, how long does it take for me to get them back?
It all depends on what the court decides.
How does this program benefit my kids?
It empowers them with better communications skills, helps develop their self-esteem, addresses anger management and incorporates conflict resolution techniques.