The Foundation for Family Values (FOFV) offers two types of parent support groups.
The FOFV Evening Therapy Support Group for Parents meets on Monday from 8:30-9:30pm, directly after the Conscious Parenting Class at the Almaden Community Center, 6445 Camden Ave., Campbell, CA 95120 (please refer to the Conscious Parenting Class description for actual dates and room numbers). A licensed therapist, or intern who is supervised by a licensed therapist, facilitates this group. It is open to anyone who is currently enrolled in FOFV's Conscious Parenting class and any FOFV member. There is no fee to attend, but donations are gratefully accepted. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Evening Parenting Support Group's goals are to:
Provide on-going support to parents
Help each other in times of transition and crisis
Brainstorm positive coping strategies
Share information, ideas, and resources
Form new friendships and have fun
EVENING SUPPORT GROUP FOR FATHER'S
The FOFV Fathers' Support Group is a peer-to-peer group created to offer fathers an opportunity to share coping and child rearing strategies, feel acknowledged, get support, and build new friendships. Join us to share frustrations and hopes for our families and ourselves. We address communication skills, explore parenting strategies, and discuss accountability issues. This group is a safe place for all fathers – single, divorced, married – to explore the issues they are facing. Fathers that face life challenges and are willing to address them can learn to overcome their difficulties to achieve better relationships, parent more effectively, and enhance their overall well-being.
*Note*: A raffle ticket is given to father's for every attendance. The tickets will be randomly selected and awarded to receive 2 free donated tickets to a local professional sporting event.
The FOFV Fathers' Support Group is open to anyone on a drop in basis but we request that you RSVP via email to email@example.com. There is no fee for this class but donations are gratefully accepted.
Facilitator: Jay Harnden is a father of two and has been involved with Father Matters for nine years, doing workshops and men's group meetings across the United States. He is also a certified coach and has began his own business Family Coaching Solutions.
FATHERS' MENTORING PROGRAM
The FOFV'sFathers’ Mentoring Program is designed to offer father's an opportunity to become mentored. The program offers guidance to fathers by male mentors, fathers, and/or grandfathers. Mentoring allows for healthy sharing of personal experience and offers great personal growth opportunities.
Please send us email to firstname.lastname@example.org if this program may be of interest.
Click here to download a map to the Almaden Community Center.