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This Year’s Parenting Journey Begins Tuesday, October 1

This Year’s Parenting Journey Begins Tuesday, October 1

Our annual Parenting Journey class is beginning once again! Parenting Journey is a 12-week program that meets once a week for two hours in the evening. The program offers an opportunity for parents to develop themselves as nurtured and nurturing people. Parenting Journey emphasizes the parent as a person, rather than focusing exclusively on the child or viewing the child as only in a disciplinary relationship with the parent.

Graduates of the Parenting Journey class will have more confidence in achieving their own personal goals, they’ll increase their understanding about what it means to be a good parent, and they’ll be able to find and utilize community services and support more easily. Our graduates have also reported that they feel more hopeful and optimistic about their future after completing the class.

The Parenting Journey is open to all parents, foster parents and guardians of children who are 0 to six years old. Dinner, child care and transportation (if needed) are all provided for free, to make it as convenient as possible for parents to attend.

También ofrecemos la clase de Parenting Journey en Español para aquellos que lo necesiten. Para más información, vea nuestro folleto de promoción.

The Parenting Journey’s first session will be Tuesday, October 1 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. All sessions will be on Tuesdays and will start at 5:30 PM. Parenting Journey classes will be held at our offices at 60 Gore Street, Cambridge, MA 02141.

If you would like to attend the Parenting Journey, please contact Andrea Ruiz at 857-453-4273 or Maggie Smith at 857-453-4269 today to complete an intake form. You must complete an intake form before attending the class.

We’re proud to partner with the Children’s Trust to offer this class! We look forward each year to bringing parents together through Parenting Journey to create a support system and help them feel less alone.