Parenting Resources

Parent Project

The Parent Project is a 10-week program (3.0 hours – 1 night, per week) that provides parents with concrete, straightforward, step-by-step solutions for their teens. This practical, supportive class helps with teens experiencing failing grades, school suspension, oppositional behavior, drug use, and other challenging behaviors.

Enroll! Contact Stephanie Sadhu at 916-782-3737, Ext. 313 or ssadhu@corr.us.

To learn more about this curriculum, please visit www.parentproject.com.

Parent Project current classes

Auburn

Roseville

 

Empowering Parents. Transforming Teens.

  • Learn how to never argue with your child again!
  • Prevent or intervene in alcohol or drug use!
  • Improve school attendance and performance!

Do you want to be prepared for your kid’s teen years?

  • Improve school attendance and performance
  • Prevent, recognize or intervene in alcohol and drug use
  • Address threats of violence or running away
  • Learn effective communication skills

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Parenting Workshops

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The Parent Leadership Empowerment and Advocacy Group (PLEAG) offers an opportunity to come together for interesting topics, meet and develop friendships with other parents, and have fun with your children.  Evenings include a no-cost meal. PLEAG is a chance for parents to express their needs as parents for long-term success, especially after exiting systems and programs of care. READ MORE…

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Parent U – Quarterly Workshops

If you’re a parent, educator or anyone with children in their lives, then this free workshop series is for you! Join us for an evening of inspiration, learning, and resource-building geared for PARENTS who want to intentionally raise their children for success. Click here to register for the next workshop.

Parenting Classes

This year long parenting class supports all families, including those who are required by the court to complete a 52 week parenting program.
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  • Cycle of Violence
  • Effects of Abuse
  • Stress Management
  • Expressing Anger
  • Understanding children
  • Managing Conflict
  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Developing Family Values
  • Putting Concepts into Action
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The Incredible Years

The Incredible Years Parents of infants and toddlers program helps parents and caregivers learn about this magical time.

You’ll learn:Incredible years

  • How to observe and read infant and toddlers’ cues and signals!
  • Understanding babies as intelligent learners
  • Ways to provide physical and tactile stimulation for infants and toddlers and its importance for brain development.
  • Why finding time for yourself to renew energy for parenting is so important.
  • Understanding development of object and person permanence and more!

READ MORE…Email for enrollment information! 530-273-9541 ext 221 or abrugger@corr.us

Individual Parent Guidance

As a CoRR client, you will have access to individual parenting support with a child development specialist.  Learning about parenting skills, child development assessments, and tools to help you . To find out more about individual parent services, please contact Anne Brugger 530-273-9541  or abrugger@corr.us

 

 

 

 

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