The Partners in Parenting curriculum focuses on strengthening family relationships and promoting positive behaviors and lifestyles. Parents learn skills for parent-child communication, developmental expectancies, guidance and discipline, problem solving and self care. Classes are held 2-3 times per year across the county. Classes are 2 hours/night for once per week for 6 weeks. Typically child care and a meal are offered with the class.
Find more information on the Partners in Parenting program here.
Read a review of the program evaluation here.
Get more parenting tips from Colorado State University Cooperative Extension here.