A new parenting program called Triple P has arrived in Greene County, and Missouri State University’s Center for Community Engagement is facilitating one level of the program.
Almost everyone agrees that parenting is hard work. That’s why several Greene County agencies led by the Community Partnership of the Ozarks (CPO) have joined forces to implement the Positive Parenting Program, also known as Triple P.
The program is made possible by a grant of $ 700,000 obtained by CPO from the Missouri Foundation for Health.
Developed by Professor Matt Sanders and his team at the University of Queensland in Australia, the evidence-based, tiered parenting program is in use in 25 countries.
Missouri State University’s Center for Community Engagement (CCE) is one of the providers of the program’s Level 2 seminar series.
Diamond Netzer, Greene County CPO Triple P Coordinator, and Jessica Maly, Missouri State Triple P Coordinator and CCE Grad Assistant, provide more information on the Level 2 program and seminars for parents of d ‘children and adolescents.
For more information on Triple P and upcoming seminars, visit triplep-parenting.net/ozarks.