Capital Area Human Services (CAHS) is sponsoring a three-part education series on effective parenting. The program is free and open to parents seeking assistance with effective ways to improve and strengthen family relationships with children, preteens, and teens. The program is offered in coordination with Mirror of Grace, a Baton Rouge nonprofit organization.
The three-part series will be held on Mondays from 4-5:30 p.m. on July 15, July 22, and July 29 at Capital Area Human Services, Children's Behavioral Health Services, 4615 Government Street, Building 1, in Baton Rouge.
The interactive parenting program will include the topics of school problems, curfew, sibling conflict, criticizing, time management, and completing chores. According to the Capital Area Human Services, the program has been proven to reduce drug and alcohol use, reduce verbal and physical aggression, reduce problem behaviors, and to improve family relationships.
For more information and to register, call CAHS at (225) 922-0445.