As a primary prevention service, the Community Education program utilizes professional facilitators for a variety of classes teaching individuals to incorporate new skills into their lives and relationships, resulting in improved coping and healthier family systems. Classes are held in various Acadiana communities, usually in the evening, with topics chosen in response to the specific needs of various areas. Topics include parenting for targeted groups such as parents of teenagers or school age children; divorce, co-parenting and stepfamily issues; relational problems; and anger management for adults and adolescents. The Education Calendar is planned on a quarterly basis to provide a schedule of classes.
The Lending Library consists of literature, videotapes and resource referrals related to parenting, addictions, relationships, child development, abuse and educational problems. Information in the resource center is often used as an educational and/or therapeutic tool for clients and is always available to the general public.
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