Community Education

Community Education

Community

Education

Parenting in the 21st Century is hard!

New technologies, new norms, and new information come out about parenting all the time and staying up to date is a challenge. Parenting education can help you navigate these changes and empower you with more resources and options as a parent.

All parents need help every now and then. We’re here for you.

All parents need a broad scope of knowledge, skills, and support that no one person or parent possesses. CAPS provides parenting support and education so you can feel confident and assured in the way you raise your children. By gaining important insights and learning new skills, you can help your children reach their potential. The CAPS Community Education program provides parenting support as well as education to the community on how to keep children safe.

 Community Education utilizes three evidence-based / evidence-informed curriculums:

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Community Education utilizes three evidence-based / evidence-informed curriculums:

Triple P: Positive Parenting Program (Parent Support) Triple P is a parenting program, but it does not tell you how to be a parent. It is a toolbox of ideas. You decide which strategies you need and the way you want to use them. Classes include Group Triple P, Group Triple P in Spanish, Teen Group Triple P, Family Transitions, Pathways and Enhanced. 

Darkness to Light (Community Empowerment) Darkness to Light is an evidence-informed program which is focused on creating a world free of child abuse and neglect where adults have the courage to protect kids.

Monique Burr (Community Empowerment) The Monique Burr program educates and protects children and teens from all types of bullying, abuse, and victimization with evidence-based and evidence-informed prevention education programs. The program offers developmentally appropriate modules for all children in grades K-12 and is currently being implemented in all seven of Elkhart County’s public-school systems.

Community

Education

Parenting in the 21st Century is hard!

New technologies, new norms, and new information come out about parenting all the time and staying up to date is a challenge. Parenting education can help you navigate these changes and empower you with more resources and options as a parent.

All parents need help every now and then. We’re here for you.

All parents need a broad scope of knowledge, skills, and support that no one person or parent possesses. CAPS provides parenting support and education so you can feel confident and assured in the way you raise your children. By gaining important insights and learning new skills, you can help your children reach their potential. The CAPS Community Education program provides parenting support as well as education to the community on how to keep children safe.

Community Education utilizes three evidence-based / evidence-informed curriculums:

Payment

For more information:

Contact Us
Class Schedule
Class Registration

Community Education utilizes three evidence-based / evidence-informed curriculums:

Triple P: Positive Parenting Program (Parent Support) Triple P is a parenting program, but it does not tell you how to be a parent. It is a toolbox of ideas. You decide which strategies you need and the way you want to use them. Classes include Group Triple P, Group Triple P in Spanish, Teen Group Triple P, Family Transitions, Pathways and Enhanced. 

Darkness to Light (Community Empowerment) Darkness to Light is an evidence-informed program which is focused on creating a world free of child abuse and neglect where adults have the courage to protect kids.

Monique Burr (Community Empowerment) The Monique Burr program educates and protects children and teens from all types of bullying, abuse, and victimization with evidence-based and evidence-informed prevention education programs. The program offers developmentally appropriate modules for all children in grades K-12 and is currently being implemented in all seven of Elkhart County’s public-school systems.