Supporting Families Through Parenting Education

Parenting Now offers professional development trainings, curricula, and other resources so you can best support families in your community

Resources For Parenting Educators

Curricula

Our evidence-based curricula is infused with what we've gained for 40-plus years of working with over 100,000 families. We call this our "secret sauce."

Training Opportunities

We provide trainings for Parenting Educators to support their delivery of our curricula, and we also teach general facilitation skills.

Enrichment Material

Check out the extras designed to enhance your work with parents and with groups:  videos, goal-setting cards, affirmation cards, and more.

Parenting Now is hiring for multiple positions!

Join our team and help support strong, healthy families in our community. We are currently hiring for:

Director of Training

Spanish-Speaking Parenting Educator for Crecer Program 

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Upcoming Virtual Training Events

October 28: Make Parenting A Pleasure Second Edition Curriculum Training

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Make Parenting A Pleasure Virtual Groups for OPEC Hubs

Are you an Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative (OPEC) Hub? Are you interested in bringing Parenting Now's Make Parenting A Pleasure parenting groups to the families in your community?

If so, our experienced Parenting Educators are ready to provide the Make Parenting A Pleasure groups for your OPEC Hub to support the delivery of parenting education for the parents in your community. Learn more!

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People in the building said they’d never heard such laughter and positive energy as during our Make Parenting A Pleasure classes! Thank you.” — Gil Nicholson-Nelson, MSW, LCSW, Marion County Health

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Make Parenting A Pleasure is one of the … most effective programs to improve parenting available today.” — Karol Kumpfer, Ph.D., Project Director, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Strengthening Families

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