In 1983, ICES received funding from OCAP to begin the Raising Healthy Families Program in Tuolumne County. This program has recently expanded their year-round parenting classes to two nights a week to meet the growing needs of families in Tuolumne County.
Parenting is a tough job and an enormous responsibility. Whether you are a single parent, two-parent family, grandparent, or other relative raising a child, we’re here to help you. The Raising Healthy Families Program in Tuolumne County has dedicated staff that support parents and guardians. It is through our free services that we can help strengthen your family. We provide individualized in-home parenting support, educational parenting workshops, and year-round basic parenting classes. In addition, we can help you find local resources that can help meet your family’s needs.
In-Home Parenting Support
Our highly-trained Family Success Coaches provide flexible, personal, individualized one-on-one education, meeting families’ unique needs. In helping parents develop effective parenting skills, the Family Success Coach identifies strengths within the family and helps them to set attainable goals along with effective ways of nurturing children. Some of the topics that may be covered are:
If you feel you are in need of parenting support or know of a parent, grandparent raising a grandchild, or foster/adoptive parent who could use some help, call us at (209) 533-0377 or fill out a contact form here to request more information.
Workshops and Classes are being offered virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic. To register for parenting classes visit our Events page. Recorded workshops are available for viewing below.
Parenting Classes and Workshops
Parenting classes and workshops are a fun and educational way to meet other parents with similar concerns. We have courses which address parenting all ages of children from infants to teens. Our courses and workshops utilize evidence-based curriculum that has proved to be successful in helping parents learn:
Summer time can be fun, wild, and crazy; but it can also be stressful for parents. What do you do with all of your children at home? How do you keep them entertained? How do you keep your cool when its not just the weather that’s heating up? Check out our video Surviving the Summer for some easy and helpful tips on how to make this summer the best yet!
RHF Parent Leadership
Fathers play an essential role in the lives of children. With that essential relationship in mind, this year we have dedicated Parent Leadership to fathers. We have begun this year’s Parent Leadership by incorporating our father’s curriculum and building nurturing skills with dads. Stay tuned for updates on our new Parent Leadership classes.