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“I think I may have failed at a lot of things, but the one thing I can say, and that I’m proud of, is that I am a good parent.”  

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BUILD Courage, Character, Self-esteem

“I want my children to be safe…”

 

“I want them to make the right choices…”

 

“I want my children to be happy and successful.”

 

 

 

 

Words of Wisdom

Values – Building Courage, Character, & Self-Esteem

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The little actions you take every day add up, helping kids grow to be confident and responsible.

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Learn the Facts – Eat Healthy – Get Active

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Our programs depend on the generosity of donors to continue to provide families the guidance, information and support they deserve.  Make a difference that will last for generations

Being a Parent is the hardest job in the world

There is no doubt that parenting today is a tough job.  We have unique challenges and stresses and sometimes the responsibility seems overwhelming.  Just as we develop skills on a job or study for a new career, we must also learn and develop new skills for handling the challenges our children and teens face in today’s society.

I learned so many new parenting skills that I will recommend this program to everyone I know. I also feel more confident about my parenting skills. I am a better parent to my children than I was before. I really am a better mom, and I’m so glad I took the class.  Thank you!”  – Amy

As Parents, we want our kids to be safe, happy, and successful!

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Parenting 4 Non-Violence – 1136 S. Delano Court West – Suite B201 – Chicago, Illinois 60605

708-321-0311

info@parenting4nonviolence.org

Parenting for Non-Violence values diversity and understands the importance of ensuring our program is developed based on diverse perspectives and experiences.  We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all stakeholder, members of our board, staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors. To that end, Parenting for Non-Violence shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

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