Join us for a FREE educational program focusing on issues unique to stepfamily relationships. Concurrent classes for adults and youth 6-18. Free child care for children five and under and FREE dinner is included.
Six week sessions will be held from January 9th to February 13th,
February 27th to April 3rd, and April 17th to May 22nd.
Classes will run each Thursday from 6:00-8:30pm at Kids on the Move - Orem.
For more information: 801-221-9930 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Turning Point, the Center for Personal and Career Development, is a community and university resource for individuals wanting to improve on a personal, educational and/or professional level. The Center is dedicated to quality support services which increase the emotional, social and economic well-being of all participants.
Participants can access numerous services to help complete education goals, build personal relationships, master communication skills, learn job-seeking strategies, explore career options and enter the work force.
Did you know about the Help Me Grow Aspire Parent Group? This meeting is centered on the fact that friends, family members, neighbors and community members can provide emotional support, help solve problems, offer parenting advice and give concrete assistance to one another. A representative from Help Me Grow always attends so parents can ask any questions they might have about their child's development. Refer any of your families to attend with their kids! Meetings are held every third Wednesday at 11:15am at the Utah County Health Department, room 1600, prior to the Ready to Learn Class.
SPECIAL NEEDS STORY TIME
New this fall! For children ages 3-5 with special needs and their parents/caregivers
Every Friday from 11:40 am - 12:00 Noon in the Story Room
-For More Information visit Provo City Library website.
The Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition
We has developed nutrition education videos intended to instruct early care and education providers and parents to teach children (up to age 5) about nutrition during meals. A workbook was also developed to accompany the videos. The videos can be viewed here.
CareAboutchildcare.utah.gov is more that a website! This system helps child care providers showcase the quality in their programs, and gives you information that will allow you to make good choices for your family.
Utah Clicks is a web site that helps you fill out applications and then electronically submit
them to get state services.
Utah Clicks will also help you find and apply for services that you may not have known about.
The Kids In Care program reimburses regulated child care providers for caring for children while parents
formal job search activities. The Kids In Care program is for unemployed parents.