Parent-to-Parent Peer Mentoring enables parents to learn from other parents who may have similar experiences with their own child. The program is open to both new parents and parents who have participated in OCDBE services. Parent-to-Parent Peer Mentoring enables parents to communicate with other parents on an ongoing basis, at critical transition points (e.g., elementary to middle school, middle school to high school), and during various stages of their child’s development.

Parent-to-Parent Mentoring Form

If you are interested in having a parent mentor or in serving as a parent mentor to another parent.

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YOU ARE INVITED!

Annual OCDBE Parent Retreat

DATES:

April 26-April 28, 2024

LOCATION:

Deer Creek State Park Lodge

PRESENTER:

Kimberly Christensen

NO COST | PARENTS ONLY

Register by March 15, 2024