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Workshop Set for Parents of Teens

CLFC Workshops for Parents of Teens

SURVIVING THE TEEN YEARS: Registration open now!

LACASA Center is hosting a workshop this spring on Strategies for Parenting Teens: Creating Lasting Family Connections. The free 7-week program is designed to support parents raising teenagers.

During these two-hour weekly programs, parents of teens ages 14 – 18 gain valuable insights about the challenges facing teens today—including issues surrounding designer drugs and substance abuse.

Workshop sessions are held at LACASA Center, 2895 W. Grand River Ave., HowellA question and answer segment is held at the conclusion of each session.

Spring Workshop 

Tuesdays  April 14 – May 26  from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

lac teens shoes WEB COMP parent classesCreating Lasting Family Connections teaches parents about the developmental stages of adolescence and the behaviors that accompany these phases.

The workshop helps parents build communication skills, set limits, enforce healthy consequences, and avoid power struggles. Parents also learn how to identify adolescent drug and alcohol use patterns and the critical behavior changes that signal substance abuse.

Individual and family counseling sessions will be available during the seven weeks, or as a follow-up after the workshop concludes, for families requesting additional help.

Advance registration is required and space is limited. To register, contact LACASA Educator Lisa Miles at 810-923-0560 or email her at lisam@lacasacenter.org

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM

Creating Lasting Family Connections classes are an initiative of the Livingston Community Prevention Project.

This series is offered at no charge through a grant provided by the Washtenaw Community Health Organization and the Michigan Department of Community Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction Services. Collaborative partners include Karen Bergbower & AssociatesKey Development Center, Inc., Livingston County Catholic Charities, and LACASA.

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