Learning that benefits both parents and children
Youth Contact’s parenting education programs focus on encouraging, developing, and enhancing the strengths of parents so they are able to create more successful family environments. We place great importance on family member interaction and empower parents to apply increased expertise. We look at ways to enhance family resiliency and do not blame parents for their child’s “problem” behavior. We offer families hope that change is possible.
Most of our programs have the capacity to serve clients in Spanish.
Recent Blog Posts on Parenting Education:
During this challenging time, Youth Contact offers this page with links to some helpful resources. Topics Specific to Covid-19 Pandemic Resources for Supporting Children’s Emotional Well-being during the COVID-19 Pandemic Productivity and Happiness Under Sustained Disaster Conditions How to Handle Child Custody and Visitation During the COVID-19 Pandemic How to Salvage a Disastrous Day in Your Covid-19 House Arrest Washington [...]
Happy Summer! Many thanks to the families who attended our spring workshops and parenting classes in Washington County. Look for our first fall parenting class starting on Wednesday, September 25 – NURTURING HOPE, a Nurturing Parenting series offered in English and Spanish for parents and their children with special needs and health challenges, ages 6-10. Dinner is provided and free childcare for children 2-5 is [...]
Welcome to the New Year and an opportunity to take a FREE parenting class through Youth Contact in collaboration with community partners. We have four (4 ) classes being offered starting the end of January! Read short descriptions below and then click on flyer information in English and Spanish below. “Nurturing Hope” in English and Spanish -A 12-Week Series [...]