Empowering Parents.  Strengthening Families.  Saving Communities.

We believe empowering the parents is the key to building a better community and society.  A stable, loving home could mean the difference in a child’s life.

The Creative Parenting Solutions program empowers parents and strengthen families.  We believe that all things start within the home, where parents are the leaders and ultimately responsible for ensuring proper safety, care, welfare and success of their children.

In the program, parents:

* have the ability to contribute ideas, articulate concerns and share ideas across boundaries in a safe space

* gain exposure to real-life parenting scenarios that help them creatively think of successful strategies

* benefit from personal development and self-reflection as an individual, parent and co-parent or guardian

* interact via team-working activities and creative problem-solving brainstorming

The Creative Parenting Solutions program aims to:

* reduce family conflict and reconnect families

* reduce the number of justice-involved youth

* improve school attendance, performance and behavior

* connect parents to key community resources

* prevent negative generational transference of trauma and maltreatment

Parent Ambassador Program

Join our community of parents who share common goals, assist with programming and champion the CPS program throughout schools and communities.

Industry Leading Strategies

CPS instructional content and delivery is based on sound, industry-leading learning and development principles and mental/behavioral health methodologies. Those include, ARC Framework, Trauma Informed Care and others.

Program Instruction

CPS program features 20 hours of interactive, activity-driven group and individual classroom instruction with an additional 200+ hours of online support.

Measurement & Evaluation

The CPS program uses the Kirkpatrick Model to evaluate program quality across four levels. Level 1: Reaction – Evaluates how parents respond to the training, Level 2: Learning – Measures if they actually learned the material, Level 3: Behavior – Considers if they are using what they learned on the job and Level 4: Results – Evaluates if the training positively impacted the parent/child relationship

Online Video Support

Subscribe to our YouTube channel and gain access to informational videos to help strengthen and/or expand your parenting knowledge.

Live Situational Support

Parents are able to call in and receive on-call support for low-level situations involving their children.

62%

of children younger than age 18 lived in a household with two married parents in 2014, a historic low, compared to almost 90% in the 1960's

60%

of parents say they worry their child will be bullied

40%

of African-American parents say they worry their child will be shot

32%

of African-American parents, compared to white (14%) and Hispanic (19%) parents say they sometimes spank their children