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The Incredible Years Parent Program

Join a dynamic community of parents…

Learn new parenting skills, be supported as you practice these skills, and grow your confidence and pride in your ability to handle the ups and downs of parenting.  No cost, no hassle, no judgments . . . just practical tools for having more peace and joy as a family!

2 Series offered (online only at this time):

  • Preschool Series (parents of children ages 3-6 years)
  • School-Age Series (parents of children ages 6-12 years)

Participating Parents/Caregivers will receive:

  • Weekly online parenting sessions for 14 weeks (via Zoom)
  • Gift card for a meal/groceries prior to each week’s session
  • Incentives for completing the program (completion means attending at least 11 out of 14 sessions)

Upcoming Series:

Preschool Series (for parents of 3-6-year-olds):  The Fall 2020 series begins Tuesday, September 15th, and will be held every Tuesday for 14 weeks.  This is an online class and will meet from 6:30-8:30 pm.

School-Age Series (for parents of 6-12-year-olds):  The Spring 2021 series dates begin Thursday,  January 21st, and will be held every Thursday for 14 weeks.  This is an online class and will meet from 6:30-8:30pm. 

There is NO COST to take part in IY.

If you have questions or wish to enroll, please call 828-242-9914 or email  If you are unfamiliar with using Zoom, we can assist you!

Be sure to check out our weekly parent/caregiver mutual support groups Circle of Parents!


    Sound interesting to you or someone you know?

    Click here to refer someone to our programs.

    For more information,
    please contact:

    Laura D’Angelo
    Parent Group Leader
    (828) 698 – 0674 Ext. 170

    Becki Woolf
    Parent Group Leader
    (828) 698-0674 Ext. 172

    Linda Block
    Parent Group Leader
    (828) 698–0674 Ext. 153

    Program funded by NC Department of Health & Human Services – Division of Social Services

    The Children & Family Resource Center is one of the organizations that is supported by the NC Children’s Trust Fund (NC CTF) to help strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect.  The NC CTF is funded by a portion of marriage license fees, donations, and a portion of the sale of Kids First license plates.  Get your Kids First license plate today!