PARENT RESOURCE NIGHT SET FOR APRIL 29

Posted On: Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Lakewood Family Collaborative and Ranger 360 will be hosting a Parent Resource Night, Wednesday, April 29, from 6-8:30pm, at Harding Middle School. The organizers aim to promote and provide access to valuable resources and education for parents in our community, with a focus on critical issues that Lakewood youth face every day.

The Parent Resource Night begins at 6 pm with an open resource room with local organizations providing programming and services related to mental health, body image & eating disorders, physical health and wellness, substance abuse, reproductive health, diversity & sexual orientation, crime victimization and more.

At 7 pm, participants will be able to choose to attend three, 20-minute breakout sessions to discuss the following topics:

  • Social Media 101 for Parents
  • Stress & Anxiety
  • Alcohol and Drug use in Lakewood
  • Sexual Assault, Dating Violence & Stalking.

This is an opportunity for parents and caregivers of young children, tweens & teens as well as professionals who work with youth and families to talk to staff from participating organizations where they will be able to ask questions or discuss specific needs. Ranger 360 is reaching out to promote and provide access to valuable resources and education for parents in our community, with a focus on critical issues that youth face every day.

Participating organizations:

  1. North Coast Health
  2. NAMI of Greater Cleveland (mental health support)
  3. The Gathering Place (cancer support for families)
  4. ASIA, Inc. (tutoring support and tutoring opportunities)
  5. Planned Parenthood
  6. Cleveland Rape Crisis Center
  7. Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center
  8. Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court (education on what the County provides)
  9. CCF Teen Health Center & Mobile Health Clinic
  10. Westshore Young Leaders Network (drug prevention programing)
  11. Recovery Resources
  12. Collaborative to End Human Trafficking
  13. LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland
  14. The Emily Program (eating disorders)
  15. Ohio Guidestone (mental health)
  16. Hospice of the Western Reserve (supporting kids whose families are in health crisis)
  17. New Directions (recovery support services)
  18. Club ID (LHS club on LGBTQ issues)
  19. First Federal of Lakewood (financial literacy)
  20. Bellefaire, JCB
  21. Division of Youth
  22. H20
  23. Dare2Care (bullying prevention)
  24. Impact Teen Driving
  25. Tapestry (Family to Family Program from the Division of Youth)
  26. The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio




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