GFP’s Upcoming Parenting Enrichment Courses


Greenville Family Partnership (GFP) offers ongoing parenting programs to educate, guide and encourage those desiring to nurture children in a very hectic world. Parenting programs are age appropriate for children/youth and are taught by certified parenting instructors. Additionally, the programs meet DSS and/or Family Court requirements. These programs offer useful parenting skills to help parents with communication, confidence, self-control, insight and love.

Parenting Wisely: For parents of children from birth to 8 years old. Enhances parenting skills to help your child/children thrive in those important early development years. ($50 for one parent or $80 for a couple)
 5 Week Sessions, Tuesday Evenings
 6:00pm-7:45pm

Back In Control: For parents, grandparents and other adults who have children from 9 years old through teen years that are pushing their limits. Begin to understand the “why” behind the behavior. ($50 for one parent or $90 for a couple)
 Six Week Sessions, Monday Evenings
 6:00pm-7:45pm

TransParenting: Co-parenting skills for parents of children of any age. This program is designed to help parents and families navigate through transitional changes such as parental separation, divorce and remarriage. ($50 for one parent or $75 for a couple)
 One Day Session per Month, Saturday Mornings
 9:00am-1:00pm

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program): A unique program that is offered (at no cost) as supplemental personalized parenting, in conjunction with one of the previously listed parenting programs. For specific issues that may be encountered while the child is in their primary years of development.
 One time meeting with a certified Triple P facilitator
 Follow-up calls and meetings as needed
 Will be scheduled during enrollment in any GFP parenting program

For more information or questions, please visit or call 864.467.4099.

Greenville Family Partnership is a non-profit, 501(c)3 community organization founded in 1984 to “help youth, parents, and communities have open, honest, and ongoing conversations about drugs and alcohol.”

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