February 25, 2009 > Parent Project
Parent Project(r) is a thirteen-week class series that delivers results. Parents learn effective prevention and intervention techniques to help their teens grow into safe and competent adults. For every question you ask, we promise concrete answers:
¥ Stop arguments and end conflicts at home
¥ Improve school attendance and performance
¥ Prevent, recognize, & intervene in dangerous activities (i.e.: alcohol/drug use, gang activity)
¥ Address threats of violence or running away
¥ Improve family relationships and create peace in the home
¥ Motivate and influence teens
Class meets for 13 weeks
Wednesday evenings, beginning March 4
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Union City Holly Community Center
31600 Alvarado Blvd., Union City
One time $25 material fee required to register.
Weekly fee based on family income
Parents and Guardians are strongly encouraged to attend class together
Child care is available at no cost.
Space is limited, so please take advantage of our pre-registration.
For more information, contact Lupe Lopez (510) 574-2149 or firstname.lastname@example.org