Parent Support and Education Program
Posted by on December 30, 2005
To Whom it May Concern
I am excited to announce the Parent Support and Education Program, an exciting free series of Parenting Workshops for North Philadelphia parents who are interested in addressing financial, health, and family concerns in a supportive and informative environment. We invite parents to take part in our pre- and post-survey to help match the best resources and services to participants. Incentives and light refreshments are offered to participants as well as free childcare. Please forward this special opportunity to any interested parents or community groups.
The Parenting Program is held on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30 pm at 3487 North Sydenham Street, and supported by the Philadelphia-based non-profit To Our Children?s Future With Health, Inc. (TOCFWH). TOCFWH is a community-based agency established in 1992. Our mission is to empower youth, adults, and communities toward healthy living by providing comprehensive community health and education services.
We are currently recruiting North Philadelphia residents who are parents or co-care givers of youth ages 13-18. Participants must pre-register by calling our North Philadelphia office directly at The Den (215) 223-5140.
Please feel free to contact Program Director Dameon Mack (email@example.com) or Ralph Jackson (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or concerns you might have.
Thank you, I appreciate your assistance in reaching those who could utilize our services!
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