The Community Violence Prevention Program (CVPP) Parent Program will employ and empower parents in your community to reduce the risk factors that contribute to violence and negativity while promoting protective factors that contribute to family and community stability, well-being and peace.
CVPP seeks parents with passion, desire, and enthusiasm for making positive changes within families and communities.
All community residents who consider themselves parents are eligible for employment, including teen parents, grandparents, foster parents, and non-custodial fathers
The CVPP Parent Program is a collaboration of business, government, and non-profit organizations that will support parents in raising healthy, positive, and productive children. Parent leaders will strengthen their own families and work in teams to advance transformation of their neighborhoods. This program will:
•Enhance parental and community resilience.
•Facilitate friendships and mutual supports among parents.
•Host activities and events strengthen parenting.
•Respond to family crisis quickly and appropriately.
•Connect families to services and a wide variety of opportunities and resources.
•Assist parents with understanding their children’s social and emotional development.
•Respond to the stress, anxiety,and trauma that parents and children face.
Interviews will be Held:
May 2nd, 5th, 6th, 9th, 21st, and 23rd
**Call or Email to Schedule an Appointment**
Mary Ann Peterson
People’s Community Development Association (PCDAC)
East Garfield Park
3570 W. Fifth Avenue