Parenting Classes

At the core of the mission here at the Family Resource Center is education. Our organization offers a wide range of parenting classes that are meant to equip parents with the skills and knowledge necessary to address behavioral issues and foster their child’s success through constructive parenting.


To sign up for classes, just reach out. Our parent educators will work with your schedule.

Open from 11 am – 4 pm, Mon – Thurs, Year-round.


Addressing Challenging Behaviors

There are many reasons children misbehave. It is important to try to understand, because if you know the reason, they are having trouble with their behavior you are more likely to use the right intervention. In this class, parent educators will work with you to identify these behaviors and address them using a variety of healthy methods.


Parenting Parents

Designed to encourage parents to be the best version of parent they can be. This class discusses the strengths and weaknesses within their current parenting role and works towards new goals to change old habits. Parents will learn about new approaches to parenting and work towards developing positive skill sets.


Child Safety & First Aid Basics

The environment your child finds themselves is important to their development and to keep them safe. Preparation is key. This class is taught over multiple sessions and covers house, outdoor, road, and internet safety. The class will also cover first aid basics and equip parents with the preparation necessary to assess and handle dangers.


Hair Care & Curls Love

Hair can be a tricky thing and critical to a child’s self-esteem and confidence. Children with afro-textured hair, those with curls, coils, and kinky hair, required extra attention and encounter more barriers to meeting their hair care needs. This class will cover the different types of hair, how to determine your hair type, how to clean and care for afro-textured hair, and what products to use and start with. This class also provides free products for parents to take home and try.


Four Styles of Parenting

Parents play a significant role in molding the behavior and attitude of their children. The way they behave and talk with others shows the environment they are being raised and how their parents have brought them up. This class will examine different healthy styles of parenting, and help you be your child’s most important teacher.


Terrible Two’s and Three’s

A child’s way of language can be spoken in different forms: screaming, kicking, and sassy talk are all normal ways for young children to express themselves. In this class we will discuss the ways to interpret their behavior and redirect to healthier ways of communication. Parent educators will also discuss ways to distract and calm your child.


1-2-3 Magic – Discipline

Learn how to discipline your child without putting stress on yourself. In this class, you will learn simple cues to use in your home for better behavior and a variety of interventions. Parent educators will review various constructive and healthy, but effective discipline methods.


Routine Matters

This class teaches the importance of having a routine with your child. It focuses on finding your child’s natural pattern and setting a schedule based on these signs. Parent educators will work on the various ways to set up a routine for a child and how to help your child follow this routine.


Potty Training

Every child is different. Some transition smoother than others. In this class, parents will find potty training support through a variety of approaches and tricks to aid their child in this transition. Additionally, this class can help answer the questions you may have about this transition.


Strengthening Families

This class is a 6-week course structured to your schedule and highly flexible. Our parent educator will focus on a variety of family dynamics from family time, routine, chores, making meals, hobbies, travel, co-parenting, and blended families. This course gives families the ability to self-reflect and an opportunity to become stronger. Each family is different and our parent educator will structure the course to each unique family.


For more information or to sign up,

Contact: or (920) 923 -4110


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