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Parenting Project
Classes are free.  To register call the Parenting Project at (702) 455-5295.

The Parenting Project offers a series of free programs to help parents be more effective in raising their children. The following programs are offered at various locations throughout Clark County: 
    • Triple P (Positive Parenting Program)
    • Stepping Stones Triple P-Positive Parenting Program
    • Nurturing Parents & Families
    • BabyCare
    • ABCs of Parenting
    • Staying Connected With Your Teen 
    • Teen Triple P (Teen Positive Parenting Program)
Triple P (Positive Parenting Program)
(for parents of children ages 2 through 11 years old)   
The Triple P Positive Parenting Program is designed to help parents manage difficult behavior problems with children ages 2 to 11. Learn simple routines and small changes that can make a big difference in your family. Learn to deal positively, consistently and decisively with problem behaviors and build a more positive relationship with your children. 
Children do not attend this class. Available in Spanish.

Stepping Stones Triple P-Positive Parenting Program
(for parents with children who has a disability)  
The Stepping Stones Triple P-Positive Parenting Program helps families with a child who has a disability learn new skills and tools to deal with misbehavior and promote positive behaviors that can make a difference in daily family life. 
Children do not attend this class.  

Nurturing Parents and Families
(for parents of children ages 6 months through 4 years)
The Nurturing Parents and Families is a six session program that promotes positive, healthy and nurturing interactions between parents and their infants, toddlers and preschool children. Learn stress management techniques, how to establish routines and handle anger. Problem-solving techniquies and positive behavior management methods are presents and practiced. 
Children do not attend this class. Available in Spanish.

(for expecting or new parents with children ages birth through 6 months) 
New parents have lots of questions. BabyCare is a six-session program for expecting or new parents, that addresses many new-parent concerns from bonding and caring for a new baby to childcare options. Parents learn how to feed, bath, diaper, dress, care for and play with their babies. Information on early development, health, safety, nutrition and choosing childcare are provided. Parents will explore strategies for guiding behavior, communication with young children, managing stress and solving problems to provide nurturing care for their babies. 
Children do not attend this class.

ABCs of Parenting
(for parents of children ages 5 through 10 years)
The ABC's of Parenting is a fun and interactive program that helps parents of school-age children gain an understanding of their children's development and behavior. Learn how to communicate effectively with children, encourage better behavior, use positive discipline techniques and teach responsibility. Learn how to manage stress and anger and talk to children about drugs, alcohol and other issues. 
Children do not attend this class. Available in Spanish.  

Staying Connected with Your Teen 
(for parents and youth 11 through 17 years) 
Parents learn the importance of clear rules and consistent supervision and how to practice a positive approach to discipline that teaches self-responsibility. Parents  and youth participate in problem-solving, conflict resolution and asset-building activities designed to promote a nurturing and supportive family environment. Youth 11 and older may attend with parent/caregiver. Available in Spanish.  

Teen Triple P - (Teen Positive Parenting Program) 
(for parents of teens 11 to 17 years)
In the Teen Triple P course parents and caregivers learn new parenting skills and improve existing skills to support the development of their teenager. This eight-session program provides parents with strategies to increase desirable teen behaviors and manage problem behaviors in a constructive and caring manner to reduce conflict and minimize risk taking behavior. Teen Triple P is an internationally recognized evidence-based program. 
Youth do not attend this class. 

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