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Parent Education Services

Parent Education Services (PES) serves at-risk children birth-18 years of age and family members, including parents, partners, grandparents, single parents, teenaged parents, guardians and other caregivers in need. Participating families may experience behavioral health or mental health issues, substance use or co-occurring disorders, or child welfare or juvenile justice system involvement. They may also be homeless, single-parent households, exposed to domestic violence or other trauma, recent immigrants or refugees, or have a child with disabilities (cognitive, emotional, and/or physical). Parents or caregivers are referred to PES from community agencies, schools or other PEI programs that have assessed participants and identified the need for parent education.