The Fairfield Police Department will host another Parent Project Class designed to help parents or guardians deal with strong-willed or problem teen behavior, starting Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Sullivan Inter-Agency Youth Services Center in Fairfield. Registration has been streamlined to make it easier to participate! (See below.)
The Parent Project class will be held each Wednesday for nine weeks, and teaches a step-by-step action plan and effective intervention techniques that allows parents to take immediate steps to strongly influence their child's negative choices.
Parents will learn to understand and communicate more effectively with their child, provide structure and active supervision, identify and intervene with drug/alcohol use, and improve school attendance. Parents will also learn how to identify whether their child is involved in drug and gang activity, and other destructive behavior.
Parent Project instructors are members of the Fairfield Police Department and non-law enforcement professionals. There is a one-time fee of $25 for the parent workbook, which is due at the time of registration.
Fairfield Police Department offers several Parent Project classes, both in English and Spanish, as well as a separate class for parents of pre-teens, throughout the year.
We have simplified the registration process as well:
Save a spot in class by PRE-registering with Eventbrite at:
Pay for your registration (one of three ways):
• In person at the Fairfield Community Center (use Bar Code 44928)
1000 Kentucky Street, Fairfield CA Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. – 5:30 p.m..
• Online Go to www.fairfield.ca.gov, E-Services, Register for Classes EZREG, use Bar Code 44928
to locate and register for the class
• Night of Class, arrive with your Eventbrite Pre-registration ticket at 5:15 p.m. at Sullivan Inter-Agency Youth Services Center, 2195 Union Av, Fairfield. We will take payments in cass and by credit card.
Limited free childcare is available during this class. Children must be out of diapers.
For more info contact Jeff Conner at 707.428.7673; firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Parent Project, visit the Parent Project Website at www.parentproject.com.
Crime Prevention Unit