Court Ordered Parenting Programs

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    Taxonomy Code: PH-6100.1600

    Programs approved by the court that provide classes which utilize a specialized curriculum that assists families with family preservation and unification. The programs target families in which children are deemed at risk for abuse and neglect and enable parents to fulfill the requirements of court-ordered family preservation contracts.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Community Evaluation Team and Crisis Intervention - Youth Services Department of Moffat CountyProvides crisis intervention services in-person or over the phone for youth in conflict with parents or law enforcement. Offers 24-hour on-call, family mediation program and screening services for juveniles who are being considered for juvenile detention.Moffat CountyYouth Services Department of Moffat CountyYouth Services Department of Moffat County
    Co-Parenting Classes - Parenting After DivorceProvides classes to enable parents living apart to work together in a co-operative, business-like manner to have a positive, direct impact on how well and how quickly their children adjust to their new circumstance and return to normal levels of functioning. Co-Parenting Classes: - Are available online - Meet the requirements of courts throughout Colorado - Reflect the most recent research about children of divorceDenver CountyParenting After DivorceParenting After Divorce
    Parenting Classes (Larimer County) - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsParenting education classes are available for Larimer County parents, including a 12-week Nurturing Parenting class, and the Re-think: Anger Management for Parents community class. Classes are available for parents and caregivers who desire to strengthen parenting skills, learn more about child development, and increase healthy family relationships.Larimer CountyNorthern Colorado Services - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainLutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
    Parenting Classes - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsProvides parent education on a variety of topics, including: Weld CountyNorthern Colorado Services - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainLutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
    Parenting Classes - Robert A Miller Educational Resource CenterOffers an eight-week parenting class that will assist parents in every aspect of communicating with their children. The class is open to all parents, including new or expecting parents as well as parents dealing with teens.Denver CountyRobert A Miller Educational Resource CenterRobert A Miller Educational Resource Center
    Parenting Support Services - Parenting and Fatherhood CenterOffers the following services to parents and individuals in a parenting role: - Parenting classes (for voluntary or court-ordered participants) - Court-ordered supervised visitation - Therapeutic visitation, where a social worker works with parents on parenting techniques - Case management, problem-solving, and advocacy for individuals dealing with divorce, custody, visitation, parenting time, enforcement of orders, or court-ordered servicesDenver CountyParenting and Fatherhood CenterParenting and Fatherhood Center
    Partners in ParentingParenting classes for divorcing parents in conjunction with the 21st Judicial District. These classes focus on how parents can help their children weather divorce as unharmed as possible. All classes held at Docs on Call, 3150 N. 12th Street, Grand Junction. The child(rens) parent will not be in class together. Topics Covered: - Children's reaction to divorce - Meeting your children's needs - Managing anger - Effects of conflict on children - Setting and respecting boundaries - Mesa CountyPartners in ParentingPartners in Parenting

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