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CONNECTICUT COUNCIL OF FAMILY SERVICE AGENCIES: Parent Education Programs (PEP) - Administration

Information provided by: United Way of Connecticut

Parenting education programs are classes to educate adults about the many issues children face when their family situation changes. The program trains participants about how to help children adjust in a healthy way to divorce or living apart from a parent. All parties involved in divorce, dissolution of a civil union, annulment, separation, and custody or visitation cases with children under 18 years old are required by law to participate in a parenting education program. CCFSA works under contract with the Court Support Services Division of the Judicial Branch to provide PEP classes statewide. The Council providers utilize a Council developed, six hour curriculum which addresses the following topics:
. Adjustment of Children
. Developmental Stages of Children
. Stress Reduction in Children
. The Nuts & Bolts
. Dispute Resolution & Conflict Management
. A Path Forward
The PEP classes are facilitated by experienced, masters-level, licensed clinicians who are familiar with family life education programs.  Parents learn new skills and are connected to a local family service agency as a resource and support system for them and their children.
  • HoursM-F: 8am-5:30pm
  • Area(s) Served:CT
  • Application Process:Visit website for list of PEP program providers

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Record last updated: Oct 24 2019 9:58AM