The care of a child can often be confusing and difficult. If you are struggling to manage your new life as a parent or parent-to-be, ParentLink professionals are available to help you learn about local resources available to support you and your child.
Free and Available to Young Moms and Young Dads (Montgomery County residents)
Our goal is to provide education and support to help pregnant and parenting young people gain confidence and understanding. The ParentLink program is home-based and provides opportunities for young parents to meet and share the commitment of being a loving and caring parent. If you are a young person expecting a child or if you are a parent of a child under three years old, you are encouraged to participate in this free program.
Our services include:
- Home-based parenting education
- Assessment of your individual needs
- Support and advocacy to help you be a nurturing parent with knowledge and understanding
- Career development support
- Referral to the local network of helping services
For additional information, contact us.ParentLink Program CSS Center for Families 1046 Brown Street Dayton, Ohio 45409 937-299-5465
Catholic Social Services promotes the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund as a funder of the agency’s parenting program through reports to the CSSMV Board of Trustees, verbal acknowledgement of the Trust Fund and its importance in supporting child abuse and neglect prevention funding through parenting education and support in our parenting programs. Catholic Social Services also promotes the agency’s involvement with and funding from the Trust Fund by including the OCTF name and logo on the agency’s Annual Report and on the agency website. The name and logo are included in community discussions, other grant applications, and in any opportunity to highlight agency program partners and funders.