STRENGTHENING MULTI-ETHNIC FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES
Posted by on August 23, 2002
STRENGTHENING MULTI-ETHNIC FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES: A Violence Prevention Parent Training Program — FREE PROGRAM
Sponsored by Southwest CDC/New Start Family Resource Center
6328 Paschall Avenue, 19142 (close to #11 and #36 trolley)
CONTACT PERSON: Nancy Nolan, 215-730-0450
12 Week Program to begin in September. Will be held on Tuesday evenings: 6:30-8:30pm
This is a program for parents with children between 3 and 18 years of age.
It presents parenting information within a cultural framework. Addresses parenting from a variety of perspectives:
Rites of Passage and Community Involvement
The Program includes Developmental Information; Anger Management & Problem Solving. Addresses Family & Community Violence (drugs, suicide, crime, child abuse & domestic violence).
PROGRAM IS OPEN TO PARENTS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF PHILADELPHIA.
The Program will be offered in September 2002, January 2003 & April 2003.
Part of the DHS Parenting Collaborative.
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