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Programs

The Children & Family Resource Center directly touches the lives of nearly 2,500 Henderson County residents a year through programs and services and indirectly, 3,000 children through early childhood professionals. Among the many issues that affect our children in our community are: poverty, child abuse and neglect, teen pregnancy, the need for quality and affordable childcare, early onset of behavioral issues and developmental delays.

Our programs provide support and services to families in need, helping to alleviate the some of these issues.

Adolescent Parenting Program

Helps adolescent parents to build better futures for themselves and their child by providing support to continue their education, acquire job skills, improve parenting abilities and to become self-sufficient and better able to support themselves and their families.

Scholarship for Single Parents

Enables parents to continue their education at a post-secondary level. Awards of $1,000 are given to eligible applicants in order to pay for tuition, books or other needs in the pursuit of higher education.

Circle of Parents

Circle of Parents® provides a friendly, supportive environment where anyone in a parenting role can openly discuss the successes and challenges of raising children. 

 

Parents as Teachers

Helps children learn, grow and develop to realize their full potential by providing in-home information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life.

Incredible Years

Strengthens parenting skills and teaches effective strategies to help manage children’s challenging behavior.

Parents Matter!

Empowers and educates parents/guardians of pre-teens (children ages 9 to 12) on how to be their child’s sexual health and responsibility educator.

PCIT Parent-Child Interaction therapy

Live coaching for parent(s), and/or caregiver(s), on how to use effective relationship and behavior management skills with their young child(ren).