February 7, 2012 > Parent Project(r) scheduled for March
Parent Project(r) scheduled for March
Back by popular demand, Fremont Youth and Family Services has scheduled a new Parent Project(r) session that will begin in March. The program is designed to help parents who are having a tough time with their adolescent children and provides effective prevention and intervention techniques designed to help their teens grow into safe and competent adults. Parent Project(r) is a 13-week class series that delivers results to families.
Program outcomes include:
- Never argue again with your child.
- Prevent (or stop) children from using alcohol, drugs and tobacco.
- Improve school attendance and performance.
- Recognize and prevent gang involvement.
- Find solutions to violence, chronic running away and suicide.
- Improve family relationships and create peace in the home.
A one time $35 material fee is required at time of registration and a weekly fee based on income may be required. Parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to attend class together.
Jody Montgomery, has taught 20 years in local public schools and has facilitated numerous parent/teacher/adolescent educational enrichment workshops. Jody is a certified Parent Project(r) facilitator.
Anya Marquez, is a registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern, currently providing child and family therapy at Youth and Family Services. Anya has been facilitating Parent Project(r) for four years.
Begins Tuesday, March 6
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Family Resource Center
39155 Liberty Street, Fremont