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Teen & Young Parent Program

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Young Mom with DaughterIf you are a teen or a young parent, or an expectant young parent, we have a program that offers the insight, education and compassion needed to parent confidently. Our Teen & Young Parent Program (TYPP) provides pregnant and parenting young people (under 25) with support services and parent education.

The TYPP includes home-based support and education about healthy early child development, parenting skills and positive life skills.

Parenting Workshops & Education

Learning to be GREAT Moms and Dads

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We can all become a parent without any training, instruction, safe parenting classes or teaching, but at Child Saving Institute (CSI), we believe all parents benefit from good training for the happiness of the child and the family as a whole.

If you have a baby or young child and would like some tips on how to be the best possible parent and strengthen your relationship with your child, please join us for these fun, free and informative workshops.

We offer curriculum for parents of babies and toddlers ages 0-3 as well as curriculum for those parenting school-age children ages 4 and up.

Circle of Security® Parenting™

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Sometimes it’s hard to tell what your child needs, what her behaviors mean and if you’re doing right by him. You’re not alone.

Imagine what it might feel like if you could make sense of what your child is really asking from you. Circle of Security® Parenting™ — offers an opportunity to join other parents just like you to learn strategies to strengthen your bond with your child.

This project is made possible by funding received through United Way of the Midlands, the US DHHS Administration for Children and Families, Office of Early Childhood, Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and NECC, following grant requirements of 100% federal funding with 0% match from state and private resources.

Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Office of Child Care, the Administration for Children and Families, or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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