Positive Parenting Program:
We know that children do not come with instructions. Our Triple P Positive Parenting Program helps families in our community grow closer together. Learn how to be the best possible parent!
We offer simple, clear ideas to help you manage problem behaviors or prevent them from starting. Gain parenting confidence and see results!
Now offered in Brown and Oconto Counties.
All Triple P classes are free and include limited free childcare.
Learn parenting tips and gain confidence. You’ll walk away with key concepts from Triple P.
Triple P offers 3 different seminars:
- The Power of Positive Parenting
- Raising Confident, Competent Children
- Raising Resilient Children, Managing Process Issues, and Getting Started
Listen and share with other parents as we discuss a specific part of parenting. Discussion topics include shopping with children, bedtime routines, disobedience, and aggression.
Learn comprehensive parenting strategies to manage misbehavior and encourage good behavior. This 8-week class includes 6 group sessions with 2 phone consultations for additional one-on–one support. Group is a more intensive option for parents who want extra help.
Let us watch your parenting in action and offer one-on-one help. Standard is in-home support for families who struggle with behavioral problems. Receive up to 10-15 visits.
Every family is different, but we have similar obstacles. You will walk away with a toolbox of strategies that will bring results for your family.
To learn more, call us at 920-432-8899 or e-mail email@example.com
The Triple P program is built on five principles:
- Safe, interesting environments
- Positive learning environments
- Assertive discipline
- Realistic expectations
- Taking care of yourself as a parent
Triple P offers parenting info and tips in four main areas:
- Developing positive relationships
- Encouraging good behavior
- Teaching children new behaviors and skills
- Managing misbehavior
Triple P is evidence-based, helps parents and children bond, and helps our community by supporting parents.
Triple P- Positive Parenting Program is supported in part by the Wisconsin Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board (Prevention Board). Twenty percent of the Prevention Board’s funding is from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Children, Youth, and Families (Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grant). Points of view expressed do not necessarily represent the official positions of the financial sponsors.