Parenting Education

Parenting Education

When two individuals have a child together, they are linked through their shared love and commitment to doing what’s best for that child. The parents may not always stay together but can work out a plan to be involved parents. Most of the time, it is best for children to have a relationship with both of their parents. Both partners can make short term and long term goals on how to be parenting partners for their child.

 

Relationship Education in the Mix (ReMix)

1500 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
267.765.2361
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A community-based healthy relationship education program that offers structured group education to couples and co-parents.
Eligibility: Any parent in Philadelphia

 

Focus on Fathers

1500 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
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A community-based fatherhood support program that offers parenting education, case management, and job readiness training.
Eligibility: Any father, step-father, grandfather or other male caregiver living in Philadelphia, with at least one child aged 24 or younger.

 

Turning Points for Children

415 South 15th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Phone: 215.875.8200

Offers an array of programs including transition services for young adults ages 17-22 leaving foster care, juvenile justice and mental health systems, a family finding program that works to locate and engage people who can be lifelong supports for children in or at risk of placement; others include a food and wellness program, behavioral health treatment, and parenting support services.
Eligibility: Depends on service

 

Educating Communities for Parenting

919 Walnut Street, 10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.496.9780 ext. 203
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“Powers to Parent” programs are comprised of classes and workshops specifically designed for pregnant and parenting teens and young adults.

 

We continue to monitor information on COVID-19/coronavirus. Our team is focused on offering quality services for all participants and ensuring extra preventive and precautionary measures based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. We are continuing to provide services remotely to young and expectant parents in the Philadelphia area while COVID-19 social distancing protocol is being observed. If you are a young parent between the ages of 16-29 and you need referrals or help finding items such as diaper and food assistance, SELPHI staff can work with you via phone calls, text messages or video calls to connect you with organizations that are offering these services. Please email us at selphiphilly@phmc.org or contact us at 267.3534410 and we will get back to you within 24 hours.

 

 

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