Partnering with Parents
Parenting can be hard. We partner with parents and caregivers to make it easier through home visiting programs, group activities, and other related supports.
We support parents from pregnancy until their child enters preschool or kindergarten to help parents grow as their child's first teacher, meet other parents, and get connected to needed services.
If you are a parent in Oak Park or River Forest looking for parenting support, learn more about our home visiting services, group events, lactation support, developmental checks, and parenting classes.
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Tracy Patton is the Program Manager for Partnering with Parents.View Full Bio
171 S. Oak Park Avenue
Oak Park , IL 60302
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