More information here!A weekly drop-in group for parents This is a time to come together and share in the joys and challenges of parenting. Each week is facilitated by professionals with expertise in parent-child relationships and infant/child development, and includes a theme for discussion, social time for children, and a healthy snack.
Fridays 10:30am -11:45 am. Saturday 3:30 - 4:15 pm. 1815 S Clinton Ave. Suite 630
RSPV required for the weekend group. Check Facebook for updates and meeting confirmation.
*Space generously donated by Emily Krohn, LCSW-R and Dr. Miri Arie/Social Endeavors
About Parenting Village
Welcome to Parenting Village, where families come for support and connection – to share, learn, and grow together. At Parenting Village, you will find excellent programming that is connected to meeting the unique needs of families in our area—families like yours! You will make meaningful and lasting connections to other parents, and to the many parenting-related resources in our community. You will encounter opportunities for reflection, learning, and sharing, and you will feel empowered to offer the best of yourself to your children. Above all, you will create the “village” that all of us parents truly need! Whether you are looking for information on a specific topic, wanting to take part in support groups, or seeking social connection with other families in a welcoming and non-judgmental atmosphere, there is something for everyone at Parenting Village.
Please explore our website, including more detailed information on our programs and local resources. As a community focused organization, we continually seek to provide up-to-date and comprehensive information to parents, and there are multiple options for submitting ideas and content. We’d love to hear from you, whether that’s with a question, a resource referral, or to offer valuable feedback.
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