Families at or below the poverty line qualify to takeHarmony At Home’s co-parenting classes free of charge now through Dec. 31, 2021
Harmony At Home is pleased to announce that our Monterey County Community Action
Partnership (MCCAP) grant funding for our Children 1st program has been expanded
throughout the entire Monterey County.
Families going through divorce or separation
Living at or below the federal poverty line
Children and Parents who would benefit from co-parenting classes
Sign up for this valuable program now!
Children 1st is a co-parenting program targeted for children ages 5-18 and their parents who
are either separating or divorcing. Two classes are offered for each parent and child and the main topics of the program are designed to lessen the negative impact and trauma their
family may be experiencing. Families are enabled with helpful communication tools and
support to navigate the process of going through separation or divorce, including helping
them to understand the reactions and feelings that they may be experiencing. Parents also
learn about the impact this situation could be having on their children and they gain negotiating and problem-solving skills to ensure amicable relations with their spouse.
This program is also being offered virtually locally and state-wide, for a fee.
To inquire, please contact Jonathan Reyes-Carranza,
Children 1st Lead Teacher, at email@example.com