We all can benefit by adding tools and getting support to enhance our family relationships! Even when things are going really well, it’s nice to add to our tool box and be prepared for behaviors or situations that we didn’t anticipate. You can count on the Community Partnership’s Parent Enrichment programs to provide some great support. Active Parenting This is an evidence-based curriculum which has workshops for three different developmental levels/age groups:
1,2,3,4 Parents! Through this program you will learn skills that will help you develop cooperation, responsibility and self-esteem in your children. You’ll also learn positive discipline techniques so you can avoid those all-too-familiar power struggles. More information:
Active Parenting Now This is for parents of children ages 5 to 12. This workshop will give you tools for raising responsible children who are able to resist negative peer pressure. Over the course of six sessions, you’ll learn non-violent discipline techniques and effective communication and encouragement skills to build a solid foundation for the upcoming teen years.
Active Parenting of Teens Active Parenting of Teens is a comprehensive new parenting program for parents of preteens and teens. The skills you learn in this class will give you confidence and courage to meet the challenges—and savor the joys—of your children’s teen years. This workshop will help you to:
- Know what’s going on in your teen’s head, which will help you figure out why they do the things they do.
- Open up the lines of communication, encourage cooperation and responsibility, and discipline effectively.
- Explore techniques for solving the inevitable problems that crop up.
- Learn 10 strategies for preventing problems relating to drugs, alcohol, violence and teen sexuality.
“Because of you guys I was able to learn how to talk to my 12 year old and get him to finally open up and speak about some important issues in his life, and now he is finally ready to talk not just to me, but someone who can help him in ways I cannot. So I thank you. And I recommend that class to any parent of a teen.” – Tanya A.
Crossroads of Parenting & Divorce For divorcing or divorced parents with children:Crossroads Flyer 2017
This 5 hour seminar will:
- provide guidance for a successful journey through divorce for both you and your child.
- help you become aware of how your actions may inadvertently harm your child.
- maintain a child-focused relationship with your co-parent.
- minimize poor choices amidst conflict and loss.
- Learn ways to:
- create two homes
- minimize stress at transitions
- make time sharing a positive experience for the child
- shift roles from former spouse to co-parents
- sharpen your anger management, communication, and conflict-resolution skills
- learn more about children’s issues in divorce
Registration & Fees:
The seminar fee is $35 per parent. This fee can be paid by cash, check, money order or debit/credit card. Check & money orders should be made payable to Community Partnership Family Resource Center. Those who wish to pay via cash, or debit/credit card must pay in person at our office. Your payment must be received within seven business days of the date of the seminar. Please return your registration paper included in this packet with your payment. Once the Community Partnership Family Resource Center receives your fees, you will be notified of the seminar date & time. The Court and your attorney will be notified if you do not complete your registration and pay your fees in a timely manner (if this applies).
Payment can be made one of two ways (Don’t forget your registration form with your payment). In Person at Community Partnership Family Resource Center (Located directly above McGinty’s Restaurant) or mailed to:
Attn: Active Parenting
P.O. Box 396
Divide, CO 80814
In order to receive your Certificate of Completion, you must:
- Attend and participate in the four-hour seminar.
- Show appropriate and respectful behavior.
- Meet your financial obligation prior to the start of the seminar.
- Adhere to all seminar guidelines, expectations, and requirements.
Community Partnership Family Resource Center
11115 West Hwy 24, Divide, CO 80814 (we are located directly above McGinty’s Restaurant)
Direct all questions to Michelle Carothers 719-686-0705
Second Time Around: Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
7 Week Workshop
Curriculum Topics Include:
- Understanding Your “Not-So-New” Role: Grandparents in the Role of Parent, Again
- Promoting Personal Well-being
- Refining Parenting Skills
- Building Relationships
- Working with School and Community
- Managing Finances
- Exploring Legal Issues
- Looking to the Future