Community Parenting Partnership Program (CPPP)

Community Parenting Partnership Program (CPPP) works to reduce child abuse/maltreatment, neglect by providing individual and group level evidence-based interventions to children/youth, ages 0-17 and their parents/caregivers in the Central Harlem community of New York City.

 

GenerationPMTO
(Parent Management Training Oregon)

Free 12+ Weeks of Individual Parenting Skills

WHAT IS PROVIDED

  • · Sessions can be provided in different settings (e.g. Home or Agency)
  • · Metrocards will be provided to all participants
  • · Flexible time

 

PARTICIPANTS ELIGIBILITY

  • · Families with children ages 0-17 years
  • · Single-Parent Homes Two-Parent Homes
  • · Foster families
  • · Families with relatives as caregivers
  • · Multiracial families
  • · Blended families

  

 

Strong African American Families Program (SAAF-SAAF-T)

A program created to strengthen parent/caregiver and youth relationships.

SAAF is a seven session program designed for youth aged 10-15 and their caregivers. The goal of SAAF/ SAAF-T is to build on the strengths of African American families and support parents and youth during the transition from early adolescence to the teen years with a specific emphasis on helping young people avoid risky and dangerous behaviors.

The program is:

  • · Free of cost
  • · Refreshments will be served
  • · Metrocards will be provided to all participants
  • · Program can be provided in different settings (e.g., schools, agencies)
  • · Flexible time

 

Who Can Participate:

  • · Families with youth ages 10-15 years Single-Parent homes
  • · Two-Parent homes
  • · Foster families
  • · Families with relatives as caregivers
  • . Multiracial families
  • · Blended families