Parent and Caregiver Education Courses

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    Annex Teen Clinic Courses

    The Annex Teen Clinic is a valued community partner of BCCS. Click here to explore several great opportunities for parents and families to learn how to hold courageous conversations with young people regarding sexuality, sexual health, exploitation and more. Tell your Annex instructor you’re from BCCS and receive a free Family Fun Box in the mail!

    Parent and Caregiver Connection Nights

    BCCS is launching a mutual aid group for parents and adults in the community! Join us via Zoom to meet others in the Brooklyn Center community and foster a supportive group environment. The group’s first two sessions will be facilitated by Crow River Family Services. Following these sessions, the group will guide its own supportive journey and BCCS will help coordinate and locate necessary resources. 

    Join Crow River on March 25 and April 27, 6-7pm

    The last year has been quite different for most and we'd like to hear what's been working for you and your family or friends. Join us to:

    • Connect with other parents and share experiences
    • Learn about what happens to the body during prolonged stress and trauma
    • Discover activities and tips to improve wellbeing

    Registration is encouraged, not required. Click here to register. And click here to join the Zoom directly.

    Living In Color

    Thursday, April 22, 6-7 p.m.

    The Annex Teen Clinic presents Living in Color - Conversation about Race for POC parents and caregivers. 

    As BIPOC parents, we need to create a space to have open, honest conversations regarding race and racism in our lives. In this workshop we will discuss how to have these conversations with our children and why now more than ever they are so important. This workshop will be hosted via Zoom. 

    Click here to register for Living In ColorApriete aquí para inscribirse. 

    This initiative is made possible with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) using federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers funding. Neither MDE nor the U.S. Department of Education endorses the program or its services.