Victim Support & Education
A partnership with BRASS, Inc. to provide stability to families experiencing domestic violence and help them transition into independent and healthy lives.
The goal of an in-home specialist/educators is to help families transition into independent and healthy lives. They are to provide stability to families who have experienced domestic violence in the home, and minimize the effects of violence on the children. In-home specialists provide case managing and nurturing parent education services for 90 days. This program is unique to our community and cannot be found anywhere in the state.
PARENT EDUCATION CLASSES
Parent Education Classes are offered by Family Enrichment Center as a 12-session, self-help course. The 12 class sessions are based on the Nurturing Parenting® Program’s evidence-based curriculum. The goal of the program is to assist parents and their children in enhancing their ability to care for themselves and others. Parents will focus on establishing structure, discipline and positive communication skills in order to become an even better parent!
These classes are offered at NO CHARGE to the parent and meet requirements for the Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) and the court system. Both Day-Time and Evening Classes are offered for convenience. Parents MUST complete an enrollment form to register for upcoming classes. All classes are held online via Zoom.
EVENING All-Age Parent Education Classes:
Classes will meet on-line via Zoom from 5:30-7:30 PM for 12 weeks.
DAY-TIME All-Age Parent Education Classes:
Classes will meet on-line via Zoom from 12-2 PM Monday and Thursday mornings for 6 weeks.
MONTHLY Parent Support Group Meetings:
Parent Support Groups will meet online via Zoom on the last Thursday of each month from 5:30 -7:30 PM. Meetings feature a different topic and guest speaker each month. This group is open to all community members! To attend email, Parent Education Coordinator, Tylor Emberton-Lyle.