Fatherhood and Parenthood Program –
City of Denver
Empowers men and women to grow as parents, as they are supported to be the role models they want to be to their children; the program helps parents gain the skills and support they need to “be there” for their children.
Parent Education classes are fee-based and instructor-led. General cost range from $60 – $75 per individual and $90 – $100 per couple, based on your class selection. Pre-registration and prepayment are required. Certificates are issued upon completion of each class.
They provide programming that focuses on children of all ages. Archway partners with The Spring Institute to provide a Ready Tots class that focuses on child development and effective parenting. They also provide instruction regarding how to effectively address teenage behavior issues.
Free online resource for parents and caregivers of youth between the ages of 11 and 17. Identify the best approaches to parenting teens through articles, videos, and activities parents and caregivers can use.
Online resources to help parents and guardians build a better with relationship with their teen. Advice and stories surrounding building relationships, supporting different identities, and navigating mental health concerns.
Simply put — we teach people to solve problems and build relationships. We want families, schools and communities to put themselves at the center of nonviolence. Our programs equip people with skills to navigate conflict productively.