Community Education & Outreach

Girl on Dads shoulders

Parenting is a tough job, it’s OK to ask for help!

Parent education classes at Casa de los Niños are free and available to anyone looking for support and resources to be a great parent.

We offer classes on a diverse list of topics, that are designed to meet the needs of parents, caregivers, and social workers – working together to create better outcomes for children and their families.

For help finding classes that best meet your needs, contact Carol Orr-Bolger at (520) 624-5600 ext. 11882.

How can Parent Education classes help my family?
Parent Education classes will help you...
Learn about child development for all ages and stages, babies to teenagers. Discover and practice strategies to improve communication with your children. Identify new, positive discipline techniques. Acquire new strategies to help you deal with the stress and challenges of parenting. Interact and engage with other parents. Increase the quality of your interactions with your children.
Want to raise safe and healthy children?
Take a free parent enrichment class!
Free, interactive parenting training for parents, caretakers and professionals. Parents can gain the education, tools, skills and resources needed to raise safe and healthy children.
As a parent, have you thought, “I don’t know what to do anymore?"
Every parent runs into challenges along the way.
With most areas in our life, asking for help is a common practice. Every parent runs into challenges along the way. This is why every parent needs an effective parenting approach that works for each child at every stage of development. Parenting education, just like all learning – is a lifelong process. Our classes have relevant class topics including today’s hottest parenting challenges.
First things first

Support for Community Education & Outreach is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirstAZ.gov.