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FAMILY UNIVERSITY

Family University is a movement that seeks to inspire and equip parents with the education, tools and motivation to promote and support the physical, emotional, social an intellectual development of children beginning in pregnancy and beyond.

ABOUT FAM U

 

Family University is a movement that seeks to inspire and equip parents with the education, tools and motivation to promote and support the physical, emotional, social an intellectual development of children beginning in pregnancy and beyond. We provide child development groups, parenting education, co-parenting classes, assessment, referral, counseling and psychotherapy.

 

MISSION

 

To encourage strong relationships as a foundation on which to build a nurturing environment for children. We aim to equip fathers and mothers with the parenting, leadership and change management skills for family wellness.

 

OUR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

 

Family University offers a range of classes to help parents with the daily adventures of having children. We guarantee that there is something for everyone. Take a look at our classes to see what is right for you.

 

Monsters vs. Aliens- Parenting & Discipline

Baby On Board / Baby On The Way

When Baby Makes 3 – Bringing Home Baby

Slaying The Dragon – Soothing Techniques

Let the Games Begin: Listen, Love, Play

Keys to the Labyrinth - Navigating the World of Child Support & Paternity

My First Ministry – Spirituality and Family Life

Back to Sleep - Safe Sleep Education For You And Your Baby

 

Download FAM U's fact sheet for full description of these classes.

 

CONNECT WITH FAMILY UNIVERSITY

 

We provide a host of services including:

 

• Group workshops and classes

• Consultation services

• Family workshops

• Education and referral  

• Social service advocacy

• Individual or group counseling

Family University 2012 PDF