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LACASA parenting programs open for enrollment

LACASA Center is offering two eight-week parenting programs this spring.

The Nurturing Parenting series is designed for parents with young children up to age 11. The Fathers Only series is for dads, stepfathers, and male role models who want to build positive connections with the children in their lives.

Registration is open for both programs, which will be held in-person at LACASA Center in Howell.

Nurturing Parenting will be held on Tuesdays from 6 – 8 p.m. at LACASA Center and runs from March 28 through May 16, 2023. Program fee is $100 for one parent, $125 if both parents attend, and covers all class materials. The Nurturing Parenting program supports parents of young children (newborn to 11), and focuses on teaching parents about empathy, appropriate expectations, and positive discipline.

The Fathers Only series will be held on Wednesdays from 6 – 8 p.m. at LACASA Center and runs from April 5 to May 24, 2023. Program fee is $100, which covers all class materials. This series is designed to support fathers and male role models in navigating the challenges of parenting and establishing healthy family relationships.

Some scholarships are available. Space is limited for these parenting programs, so please register early.

These award winning, nationally recognized programs are sponsored in part by the Kellogg Family Foundation.

Advance registration is required for each course. For more information, visit lacasacenter.org. To register, contact LACASA’s Parenting Education Instructor at 517-548-1350 or emailparenting@lacasacenter.org.

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