Community Education

Programs & Services

Strengthening Our City, One Family at a Time

As a primary prevention service, the Community Education program utilizes professional facilitators and mental health professionals to teach, support and empower individuals and families in both a classroom and small group setting. Topics include coping and communication skills, co-parenting, anger management, parenting skills, and divorce care for parents, young adults and children. Some classes require pre-registration and/or a $10 nonrefundable registration fee. Funding provided by the Healthy Start Program and by a PACT United Grant from United Way of Acadiana.

The Education Calendar is planned on a quarterly basis to provide a schedule of classes.