Education for Families
in Divorce Transition
When a mother and father divorce, it is a major life change for all members of the family. Each family member's emotional, psychological, physical, and financial well being needs to be carefully considered.
Children are often affected for years to come by decisions that divorcing parents make during the initial legal phase of divorce.
The "Parents Forever" sessions listed are intended to provide divorcing couples or those contemplating divorce with the information they need to make decisions that will minimize the stress of this transition on the entire family.
Classes take place Tuesday nights. Couples are not allowed to attend together.
For more information, contact
Parenting Resource Center, Inc.
after 5:00 p.m or
Class 1: Legal Issues and Role of Mediation and Money Issues
Class 2: Impact of Divorce on Children
Class 3: Impact of Divorce on Adults and Pathways to a New Life
*All classes run from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
*All classes are located at the Welcome Center.
Pre-registration is a MUST.
Session 1: Feb. 24, March 3 & 10
Session 2: April 28, May 5 & 12
Session 3: June 23 & 30, July 7
Session 4: Aug 25, Sept 1 & 8
Session 5: Nov 24, Dec 1 & 8
Register at least one week before the first session. Registration forms can be picked up at
Parenting Resource Center, located at 105 1st Ave SE-Suite A.
A registration fee of $60/person is due with the registration form.
Mower County Collaborative Team:
Parenting Resource Center
Dept. of Human Services
Crime Victims Resource Center
Guardian Ad Litem
Mower County Extension Service