Project Description

Healthy Marriages, Healthy Parenting

Providing interventions for parents to grow their skills and confidence.

It’s okay as a parent to not have all the answers. Positive Parenting & Partnership (P3) helps you build the knowledge and skills you need to be the best partner and parent that you can be.

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We’ve had to change our programs & services due to COVID-19. Please click here for the latest information before you register.

P3 Services

Positive Parenting & Partnership (P3) is here to help you become not only a better parent to your child, but a better co-parent to your partner. In our eight-week course, you’ll learn strategies for healthy parenting, co-parenting, and relationships. All throughout, you’ll work with one of our Family Champions to make sure all your family needs are met, including but not limited to financial wellbeing and job and career support. Additional seminars that address specific parenting challenges are available for P3 graduates.

Classes & Workshops

This eight-week, 2.5 hr/wk workshop series is your introduction to the P3 family. You’ll learn proven strategies for positive parenting and healthy collaboration with your co-parent, whether they are a significant other, spouse, or any other caring adult who shares the responsibility of raising your child. We’ll work together through challenges both common and uncommon, to ensure your family life is the best it can be.

Call (813) 673-4646 x5101, e-mail, or message us on Facebook to register.

From toilet training your toddler to managing your moody teen’s independent streak, P3 offers a variety of seminars on how to address specific parenting challenges that are likely to arise throughout your child’s development.

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Seminars are available only to graduates of the eight-week P3 class. Call (813) 673-4646 x5101, e-mail, or message us on Facebook to register.

Other Family Support Services

Coping with life challenges like losing a job or finding affordable healthcare can be even more challenging when you’re also trying to raise a child. When you enroll in P3, you will automatically be connected with one of our Family Champions who will work with you one-on-one to identify and address challenges that you feel are negatively impacting your family life.

This service is only available to current P3 participants. Call (813) 673-4646 x5101, e-mail, or message us on Facebook to register.

Throughout the year, we offer lots of fun, enriching opportunities for the families in our community to come together, create lasting memories, and connect with us and other community resources. Check out our calendar to keep up-to-date on these great events.

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Frequently Asked Questions

P3 services are available to any parent living in Hillsborough, Manatee, Pinellas, Pasco, or Polk counties who is at least 18 years old and is co-parenting their child with at least one other adult.

All P3 services are completely free to you.
You can register for P3 services by calling (813) 673-4646 x5101, e-mailing, or messaging us on Facebook.
Classes and workshops are offered at a variety of locations throughout our community. To learn which upcoming opportunities are located closest to you, visit our calendar OR contact us directly using the information in the sidebar.
We are pleased to be able to offer complimentary child watch for your child or children while you are participating in P3 classes and workshops.
Our staff receive special training to ensure sensitivity and responsiveness to the needs of families whose children have developmental delays, disorders, or disabilities. We welcome all families into our main P3 class, and can provide additional support for you via case management as needed.
P3 is always looking for family-friendly venues where we can host our eight-week classes. If you are interested in hosting P3 at your site, please contact us by calling (813) 673-4646 x5101, e-mailing, or messaging us on Facebook.
Positive Parenting Partnership (P3) is a program implemented by Champions for Children Inc. (funded by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families Grant: #90FM0088-01-00).