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Home Based Parenting Education

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Better Beginnings for Parents and Children
Catholic Charities of Onondaga County

1654 West Onondaga Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides intensive, home-based, comprehensive, and flexible clinical therapeutic services for families. Therapy provided through individual, family, and group sessions. Case management and information/referral provided as needed.

Family Advocacy Program
Catholic Charities of Onondaga County

1654 West Onondaga Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides intensive home visiting services for parents who are active with DSS and have children who are identified as at-risk for or placed in foster care. Parent Aides teach basic living and parenting skills in the home setting in addition to connecting families to various community resources and …

Family Counseling Service of Northern New York

531 Washington Street
Suite 4124
Watertown, NY

Provides mental health counseling for individuals ages 3 years and older.

Family Life Skills
Children's Consortium

1010 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers a parenting program that utilizes the Active Parenting curriculum which assists parents in reducing conflict, building better communication to develop closer relationships between parents and children. Program hours vary and it is offered both virtually and in person.

Family Support Network
Huntington Family Centers

405 Gifford Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides support and home visitation on an as-needed basis to pregnant/parenting adults. Group sessions take place three mornings a week and provide parenting education, basic life skills, information and linkages to other community programs. Childcare is provided during group sessions and …

Healthy Families
Onondaga County Health Department

421 Montgomery Street
Civic Center, 9th Floor
Syracuse, NY

Provides a variety of services for infants, children, new moms, and parents. Services include home visits, breastfeeding support, family planning, child immunizations, parenting and child development education, and connections to resources like daycare programs, doctors and dentists, transportation …

Healthy Families of Jefferson & Lewis Counties
North Country Prenatal / Perinatal Council, Inc

200 Washington Street
Suite 300
Watertown, NY

Provides evidence-based, accredited parent support and early intervention program that promotes health and development of expectant parents and parents of babies under three months of age.  Offers long-term, home-based partnerships between the Family Specialist and parents from pregnancy until the …

Home Visiting Program
Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County

203 North Hamilton Street
Watertown, NY

Offers in-home parenting education and/or life skill education. Parenting education covers topics such as parenting styles, discipline, rules/consequences, routines, stress management, child development, and communication. Life skills education covers topics such as budgeting, nutrition, home …

Mentoring (AMP)
Oswego County Catholic Charities

808 West Broadway
Fulton, NY

Provides a home-based service to help increase family knowledge about their children's mental health diagnoses and related behavior, as well as figuring how to manage problems and solutions.  Provides community based mentoring for youth.

New Parent Support Program (NPSP)
Army Community Service (ACS)

10250 4th Armored Division Drive
Fort Drum, NY

Provides voluntary in-home visitation, pregnancy and parenting education, and support and resources to military families with children birth to 3 years of age.

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