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Description of Service
Cooperative Parenting and Divorce is a 16-hour (8 sessions) class designed to promote effective
co-parenting. This program educates parents about children and teen issues and divorce.
Cooperative Parenting will: Address factors that influence a child's adjustment to divorce; Assist parents in shifting their relationship to a co-parent relationship; Teach parents anger management and communication skills; Stress negotiation skills and planning for the future.
Cooperative Parenting and Divorce is facilitated by trained and experienced Family-Child Resources staff and is approved by the York County Court.
Kids First is a four-hour workshop for parents who are separating, divorcing, and/or involved in custody disputes. The workshops are designed to help parents understand divorce from the child's perspective and explain the many adjustments children must make as they cope with divorce. Kids First shows parents how to avoid placing children in difficult situations and helps develop skills that can be used to support a child's adjustment to divorce and/or custody litigation. The workshops also focus on building more effective parenting skills to be used throughout the child's growing years.
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Open to anyone experiencing a divorce.
Fees or Charges
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Hours of Operation
Mon - Thurs, 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM; Fri, 8:30 AM - 4 PM