The Parent Project!

WHAT PARENTS SAY:

"We thought we had tried everything. We were wrong. This program works!"

"Only six weeks and very positive change in my family. Looking forward to the support group!"

"By the Grace of God I go, and with a little help from The Parent Project!"

"It was terrific! I recommend this to everyone!"

EMPOWERING PARENTS

The Parent Project was created specifically for parents with difficult or out-of-control adolescents. Parents learn and practice specific prevention and intervention strategies for destructive behaviors, such as truancy, alcohol and other drug use, gangs and other criminal behavior, running away, violence and suicide. Parents do not need a referral to attend Parent Project classes but may be referred by officers in the field, probation officers, diversion programs, court systems, mental health professionals, school officials or pastors. 

PROVIDING PARENTS WITH PROVEN METHODS:

  • Preventing (stopping) alcohol, drug and tobacco use
  • Ending parent-child arguments FOREVER!
  • Improving grades & school attendance
  • Learning how to "out-will" a strong-willed child!

HOW IS THIS PROGRAM DIFFERENT?

The ANSWER is that 500,000 parents with children just as tough as yours actually created this course!

 The Parent Project is a 10-week course covering:

  • Understanding Our Children
  • Addressing Problematic Behavior
  • A Parent's Formula for Success
  • Adolescent Drug Use
  • The Out-of-Control Child
  • Considering Relationships and Developing Action Plans
  • Finding Help and Support
  • The Dynamics of Change
  • Managing Conflict in the Home
  • Active Listening
  • Growing Stronger Teens
  • Building Positive Self-Concepts
  • Consistency
  • Promoting Family Unity

For more information or a schedule of upcoming Parent Project Groups, please call 419-774-9969.

 

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"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day, saying, "I will try again tomorrow." 

~ Mary Anne Radmacher

 

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