A practical, skill-based program that provides easy-to-learn techniques to help you with today’s parenting challenges.
Through our partnership with Boys Town Nevada, certified parenting classes are coming to the Southern Nevada Recovery Community Center this May. Learn more and sign up today on Connect for Recovery.
Common Sense Parenting® (CSP) is a practical, skill-based program that provides easy-to-learn techniques to help you with today’s parenting challenges. These classes incorporate proven methods that were researched and developed at Boys Town.
Common Sense Parenting® offers training for parents who want to build on their existing skills or learn new ways of dealing with their children’s behaviors. Professional parent trainers teach the course.
This is a six week program. Starting May 19th through June 23rd. Classes are held every Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Attendance at all six classes is required.
CSP Classes can help you:
Build strong, healthy relationships with your children
- Correct and change a child’s problem behavior
- Minimize problems that disrupt family life
- Raise responsible, caring children
You’ll learn valuable skills, including how to:
- Avoid power struggles
- Give positive attention
- Control your emotions
- Balance discipline with affection
- Praise your child’s good behavior
ABOUT BOYS TOWN NEVADA
Boys Town Nevada has brought life changing care to tens of thousands of children and families in Nevada since opening its doors in 1991. Every year, the site’s services touch the lives of more than 4,000 people in Nevada.For more information about Boys Town Nevada services, please visit us online at boystown.org/nevada.
ABOUT FOUNDATION FOR RECOVERY
Established in 2005, Foundation for Recovery has built programs and partnerships to remove barriers for Nevada families and communities impacted by substance use and mental health disorders. Our success is attributed to a simple concept; expand community support services, empower local leaders, build capacity for authentic addiction recovery resources, and treat people who use substances with dignity and respect.
For more information about parenting, family support and other free services for families impacted by substance use, please contact our recovery community center at (702) 257-8199