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Help coping with your family during the pandemic

Circle of Parents is meeting virtually on Monday evenings at 7:15 for one hour. This program is suitable for all caregivers. We are covering topics that help all parents not only with parenting challenges, but we also provide useful techniques each of us can use to improve our lives. Parents can join when they can by calling the resource center to get the meeting code and password for the evening.

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Circle of Friends is a social skill building program for youth ages 11-17. The youth learn how to successfully manage anger, stress and anxiety. They also learn how to set goals and monitor their progress. By engaging weekly, the kids also learn techniques to avoid negative peer groups and practice effective communication skills to attract more positive peers. Weekly attendance is not required. Incentives are often given to the kids to reward participation and positive interaction.

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Incredible Years is another parent education program designed for caregivers of children ages 2-10. Weekly incentives are given in this 14-week program to encourage participation and weekly attendance. Parents learn the importance of support and encouragement using multiple strategies. They also learn many techniques to successfully handle misbehavior. Weekly attendance is required to successfully complete this program.

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Parenting Wisely is a parent education program focused on caregivers of kids ages 9-17. Parents learn how to set age-appropriate boundaries, practice communication tools to interact more successfully with their family, and even learn how to use practice mindfulness to control anger outbursts in this 8-week program. Attendance is required. An online option is also available for parents unable to attend weekly group sessions.

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The North Carolina Children's Trust Fund (NC CTF) helps strengthen families and communities by providing funds for programs that strengthen families in North Carolina communities. The Kids First license plate was created to directly benefit NC CTF. Kids First license plate sales help bring evidence-based family strengthening programs to more families and communities.

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I am very grateful for the service and programs provided by Fairgrove Family Resource Center. They have provided my family with invaluable information that benefits us in so many ways. I think many families I know would benefit from taking parenting classes.

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