Family Center Now Open
313 W Valentine #116
Glendive, MT 59330
Classes: Mondays at Noon, Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
Week Days by Appointment
To enroll please call 939-5591 or email email@example.com
Class for Parents Second Time Around
NEW: 8 hour workshop format class helpful to everyone who has decided to resume care giving to infants, children and teens.
MSU Extension, in collaboration with Cornell University has updated the curriculum previously provided the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren program and extended it to all care-givers and added two new sections on adult-teen relationships.
First round FREE Workshop dates are Miles City Friday January 7th, Glendive Friday January 14th and Sidney Friday February 11th.
For more information or to enroll, contact Pete Bruno at 939-5591 firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Loaning Library at PDC
Becoming a Love & Logic Parent: Open Enrollment
Free: This popular Parenting Class is for those with children age 4-18 either in family or foster care. Held Wednesday evenings and taught by Advanced Instructor Pete Bruno starting January 13th on Wednesday Evenings through February—to register see above or register through Facebook: MCYF.
New Marriage Group
Starting Sunday January 9th we will be offering a free 8 week Marriage Builders Study on Encouraging your spouse—all are welcome to attend this one hour meeting at 6:30 PM.
Active Parenting Facilitator Training
On April 28th we will host live, in person Active Parenting training for facilitators who would like to be certified to lead AP Now (for parents of 5-12 year-olds and AP Teens 3rd for parents of tweens and teens. Contact Pete.
ADHD Family Group Update -- Every Monday Noon
As we have made significant progress through our current resources, on January 10th we will start through the family strategies book: Delivered From Distraction.
Our parent resource group meets Mondays over lunch in the Prairie Development Center and has integrated plans for making progress through studying and applying several key resources recommended by Shodair Hospital staff and other professional providers—each last Monday of the month we hold a special “show and tell” session with parents presenting on additional resources they have found helpful -- these have been very effective.
Each week we focus on enhancing couple, parenting success and individual parenting needs.
All new parents interested in joining us are welcome to contact Pete Bruno at 939-5591 or email@example.com
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