Education

Our Mission

To provide resources and tools through educational services to build on individual strengths in a trauma-informed manner.

Families come in all different shapes and sizes. We are here to help families realize their strengths and build upon them through evidence based information and resources. We do this through the following:

Home Visiting

Learn personalized parenting strategies from a trained professional in your home. From infants to teenagers, we’re here to support you.

Home Visiting

The Place To Enhance Parenting Skills

Every child is different, and that doesn’t make parenting any easier! Get the support you need for your situation in the convenience of your own home.

The Home Visiting Program is a free service offered to parents who want to learn more effective parenting strategies, and is designed to help you and your child in the areas you need support. The program can help you develop stronger parenting skills, learn how to manage your emotions and your child’s emotions, enhance your understanding of child development, increase personal health, and strengthen parent-child relationships. It also offers community referrals and monthly family activities that will help you build a support network. With our support, you can become the best parent you can be. Give your child the best future he or she can get.

To request Home Visiting call 435-752-8880

For additional information, contact a Home Visitor at 435-752-8880, or email [email protected]

Mental Health First Aid

A free certification to learn skills to help someone who is experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis. Our goal is to provide education and increase awareness in our community while reducing the stigma surrounding mental health.

Stepfamily Education

A free course to learn co-parenting strategies, empathy and communication skills, and how to work better together. Open to remarried couples, stepmothers/stepfathers, and cohabitating couples.

Kids Empowered

In this abuse prevention program, children learn an age-appropriate definition of child abuse, including physical, emotional, and sexual abuse as well as neglect. Our professional Family Educators teach safe vs. unsafe touches, personal space and boundaries, how to identify trusted adults, body safety rules to prevent abuse and bullying, body ownership, and how to create a safety plan.

Kids Empowered

The Place Where Children Learn and Grow

Kids Empowered program teaches children:

An age-appropriate definition of child abuse, including physical, emotional and sexual abuse as well as neglect

Safe vs. unsafe touches

Personal space and boundaries

Promises and secrets

Identifying trusted adults who can help

Identifying trusted adults who can help

3 body safety rules to prevent abuse and bullying

Body ownership

Creating a safety plan

Children are our most important treasures. We want them to grow up healthy and confident. To do that, they must feel safe in their homes and communities. That’s why we offer many options and educational programs for children. Kids Empowered is taught by trained and certified facilitators in Cache and Logan School Districts, as well as upon request to community agencies, groups and individuals at The Family Place Utah. To schedule a presentation, contact a Kids Empowered Facilitator at 435-752-8880 or [email protected].

Better Together

A free 12-week program for caregivers and children (ages 0-17). Families will participate together in activities and in their own age appropriate support groups. Our goal is to improve parent-child relationships, learn parenting strategies, and help caregivers deal with stress and understand child development.

Parenting Classes

We have many workshops to help improve parenting skills, emotional regulation, and the attachment between caregivers and children. We offer an 8-week Positive Parenting class to empower caregivers with parenting skills and problem solving techniques.

Meet Our Educators