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Parent Programs

Court Ordered Parenting Programs: Parenting Classes approved by the court use a specialized curriculum to assist with family preservation and unification. These programs enable parents to fulfill the requirements of court-ordered family preservation contracts. - search for local resources near you below.

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Enrichment Parenting Programs: Parenting Programs provide classes, workshops or other educational opportunities for parents to be more effective in their parenting role. - search for local resources near you below.

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If you are in crisis, call the LA County Department of Mental Health Access Line. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Dial 1-800-854-7771.

Anger Management
: Programs that help individuals learn how to deal with anger in a positive, functional way. - search for local resources near you below.

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Conjoint Counseling: Programs that allow two parties to work together to identify issues, resolve differences, and improve communication. - search for local resources near you below.

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Marriage Counseling: Programs that provide emotional support, problem solving assistance, and guidance for one or both married partners. - search for local resources near you below.

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Family Counseling: Programs that focus on relationships and communication among family members. - search for local resources near you below.

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Parent Counseling: Programs that help with emotional difficulties and conflicts that parents often experience. - search for local resources near you below.

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Adolescent/Youth Counseling: Programs that provide specialized counseling and treatment for youth who are experiencing emotional or behavioral problems. - search for local resources near you below.

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Individual Counseling: Programs that offer one-to-one counseling to help individuals resolve their mental, emotional, or social problem. - search for local resources near you below.



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Parent Support Groups provide mutual support for parents and often focus on a specific topic such as single parents or parents of children with disabilities. - search for local resources near you below

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Parental Visitation Monitors provide supervised court-ordered parental visits with children. - search for local resources near you below.

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Supervised Child Visitation Exchanges allow for the safe exchange of children between parents in situations that may involve domestic violence or child abuse. - search for local resources near you below.

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Community agencies provide information, classes and other support services to help prepare teens who are or are about to become parents. - search for local resources near you below. 
 

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Prenatal care is important the health of mother and baby. These programs provide health care for expectant mothers throughout the pregnancy. - search for local resources near you below

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The federally funded Women, Infant and Children Program (WIC) provides nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children under age 5. -
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Text4Baby is a national program that provides free text messages with helpful information to pregnant women and women with infants less than 1 year. Text4Baby does not require a text messaging plan and it does not count toward monthly plan minutes. - Click the button to visit their site.

 

 

Welcome Baby is a free program that provides information and support to pregnant women and new moms with infants up to 9 months old. The program is available to all LA County families who deliver at participating hospitals. - Click the button to visit the site.
  

 

MAMA’S Neighborhood is the local name for the “Strong Start for Mothers and Newborns” initiative created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to reduce preterm births and improve outcomes for newborns and pregnant women. Care Coordinators link pregnant women with local resources and help manage medical appointments. - Click the button to visit the site.

 


Breastfeeding Support programs may be available to provide information and instruction for pregnant women or new mothers. - search for local resources near you below. 


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Maternal depression includes a range of mood disorders that can affect a woman during pregnancy and around the time of birth. Left untreated, maternal depression leads to long-term depression in the mother, a lack of emotional availability for the baby and detrimental outcomes in the development of the fetus, newborn and developing child. Community agencies may provide information and support.search for community agencies near you below.  
 

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