Parenting Education Resources

CLARK COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTER | GRADS-GRADUATION, REALITY, AND DUAL-ROLE SKILLS -CLARK CO.

Phone: (937) 325-7368
Address: 25 W. Pleasant St. Springfield, OH 45506

The GRADS program is an in-school secondary program,at every county high school, for pregnant students and young parents. The purpose of GRADS is to increase the likelihood that young parents will remain in school with little interruption until graduation. The program is designed to help students.

MARRIAGE RESOURCE CENTER OF MIAMI VALLEY | SMART STEPS

Phone: (937) 322-0789
Address: 616 N. Limestone St. Springfield, OH 45503
An 8 hour program offered in six 2-hour sessions held once a week for stepparents and children in 2 day sessions.

PREGNANCY RESOURCE CLINIC | NEW MOMS-PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTER

Phone: (937) 525-3780
Address: 2612 Elmore Dr. Springfield, OH 45505
New Moms is a six week course for newly-expectant moms. Topics include:Welcome Home BabyDeveloping Baby's PersonalityLoving CorrectionKeeping Baby HealthyYour Child's Spiritual TrainingThe Fun Side of Being a FamilyThe New Moms Support Group meets for two hours, once a week for six weeks.

SPRINGFIELD CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION | SPRINGFIELD SCHOOLS PARENT SUPPORT FULTON SCHOOL | FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION SPRINGFIELD CITY SCHOOLS 

Phone: (937) 505-4210
Address: 631 S. Yellow Springs Street Springfield, OH 45506
Offers classes for the development of parenting and homemaking skills. Includes courses in Active Parenting, Overcoming Family Violence, Cleaning & Cooking 911, Parenting the Challenging Child and Kindergarten Readiness 1, 2, 3. Child Care and Transportation are provided at no cost for Clark Co.

SPRINGFIELD CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION | SPRINGFIELD SCHOOLS PARENT SUPPORT FULTON SCHOOL | PARENTS AS TEACHERS 3 TO 5 

Phone: (937) 505-4210
Address: 631 S. Yellow Springs Street Springfield, OH 45506
PAT is a home/school based partnership designed to serve parents of children ages three to five reach their full potential as learners. Services offered include monthly home visits, developmental screenings, parent involved school readiness activities, community resource information, goal setting.

F.A.S.T.

F.A.S.T. is a school-based program that assists parents in helping their children ages 4 to 9 years succeed. The program builds protective factors against school failure, violence, delinquency, and substance abuse. Following F.A.S.T., families participate for two years in a monthly self-help group.