Kids First Parent Programs offer an opportunity for parents of children ages 0-6 to connect with others and to share in the joys and challenges of everyday parenting.  Our weekly sessions are fun and informative and focus on parenting, personal growth, and wellness. 

Parent Resource Lending Library


A home visitation program offered as support for parents that are experiencing challenges which may affect parent child relationships and the well-being and development of the child.


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 Drop in to our Parent resource lending library and choose from a selection  of new books covering a wide variety of topics covering many aspects of child development and parenting. Listed below are some of the titles and a brief description.


Your Personal Guide to Parenting (Charlotte E. Thompson, 2015) -  Infant and childcare wisdom from a Top Pediatrician.


Parenting Through the Storm (Ann Douglas, 2015) - How to handle the highs and the lows, and everything in between.


Closer Together, Further Apart (Robert Weiss and Jennifer P. Schneider, 2014) - The effect of technology and the internet on parenting, work and relationships.


Parenting in the Age of Attention Snatchers (Lucy Jo Pallandino, 2015)- A step to step guide to balancing your childs use of technology.


TheCollapse of Parenting (Leonard Sax, 2016) - How we hurt our kids when we treat them like grown ups.


The Conscious Parent Guide to Co Parenting (Jenna Flowers, 2016) - A mindful approach to creating a collaborative positive parenting plan.


Co-Parenting with a Toxic Ex(Amy J. L. Baker and Paul R. Fine, 2014) - What to do when your ex-spouse tries to turn the kids against you.


35 Ways to Help a Grieving Child (The Dougy Center, The National Center for Grieving Children and Families, 2010) - Simple and practical suggestions for supporting a grieving child.


Parenting a Grieving Child (Mary De Turris Poust, 2015)- Helping children find faith, hope and healing after the loss of a loved one.


Who's in Charge Anyway (Kathy Lynn, 2003)

Parenting for a Happier Home (Stuart Passmore, 2016)

Parent Success Stories (Gloria De Gaetano, 2009)