NYSPEP'S mission is to promote and improve parenting education, in order to enhance parenting skills, knowledge and behavior.

NYSPEP E-NEWS LATEST EDITION (April 2021)

 

NYSPEP WELCOMES NEWEST ADDITION TO THE TEAM

Prevent Child Abuse New York is pleased to welcome D’Juan (DJ) Gilmore to the staff as a Prevention Program Coordinator. DJ will be working primarily with the NYSPEP program. He can be reached at dgilmore@preventchildabuseny.org.

NYSPEP ANNOUNCES COMMUNITY COALITION PARTNERSHIPS FOR 2021-22 

NYSPEP is pleased to announce our community coalition partnerships for 2021-22

Early Childhood Alliance Onondaga

The Community Action 3-County Fatherhood Pilot of Allegany, Cattaraugus and Steuben Counties

YES Community Counseling Center of Nassau County

Groundswell's WEPA Coalition of Bronx County

These coalitions submitted strong applications that demonstrated leadership, commitment and determination to mobilize a broad movement to strengthen and support all parents’ skills, knowledge, and talents. These sites were selected to receive a 1-year award to receive training, technical assistance and a $5000 grant to support community identified objectives.

UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES TO APPLY FOR THE NYSPEP PARENTING EDUCATOR CREDENTIAL

It’s time to be recognized as a Certified Parenting Educator! The next two deadlines for applying for the NYSPEP Parenting Educator Credential are April 15th and July 31st.  

Applications packets have been newly revised.  To learn how you can earn the Parenting Educator Credential contact credential@nyspep.org.

Designed by parents for parents, this interactive VIRTUAL, three-weekend event is about building connections and growing together as families! 

​Each weekend kicks off Friday night with music, dancing, family activities, and a chance to connect with parents from all around the state. Stress free, ready-made fun for you and your kids!

​And then on Saturday, a chance for parents and caregivers to rejuvenate themselves with fresh information and ideas about meeting the challenges of parenting. Hear from other parents as well as local and national leaders about issues that make a difference for you and your family.

Follow this link to register: https://preventchildabusenewyork.salsalabs.org/parentleadershipconferencespring2021/index.html

Come join us as we share resources, information and ideas for families on these three exciting weekends! 

ALLIANCE NATIONAL PARENT PARTNERSHIP COUNCIL OFFERS PARENTING TOOLKITS

For National Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Alliance National Parent Partnership Council (ANPPC) has developed toolkits around the theme HERO—Healthy Empowering Response to Opportunity. We are continuing to celebrate parents and families as heroes and acknowledging the many ways they are helping their children and themselves manage everyday emotions.Learn more and access the toolkit here: https://ctfalliance.org/partnering-with-parents/parent-voice/