On January 30th at the FSA Winter Sheriffs Conference The Parent Help Center introduced a community involvement program called “Operation Empowered Parent.” It is the result of sixteen years of hard work and involvement with hundreds of families that were falling apart. The presentation at the Winter Conference was only a glimpse, and the testimony given by former FSU quarterback Charlie Ward is one of hundreds given by grateful parents. You were only given just a glimpse of a plan to unite our cities and save our children.
This is our passion, and we are willing to work with you to help families in your area which will strengthen the community as a whole.
We have a complete information packet that will provide a detail 5 Point Checklist. Our founder Glenn Ellison will review the 5 Point list with you personally, at your convenience.
If you didn’t get a packet at the Sheriff’s Conference, we will be glad to mail you one. Please click the Learn More button above.
ABOUT THE PARENT PROJECT CURRICULUM
Now in its 28th year, the Parent Project® has become the largest court mandated juvenile diversion program in the country. At its core, however, it remains a community police program designed to address the root causes of juvenile crime. In the Parent Project® model, law enforcement officers work directly with parents to help improve adolescent children’s school attendance and performance, reduce family conflict, curb drug and alcohol use, prevent runaways, stop violent behavior and develop strong, in-home prevention and intervention strategies for youth gang involvement.
The Parent Project® brings parents into the problem solving process, reduces juvenile crime, significantly reduces juvenile related calls for service and dramatically improves police/community relations.
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