Family, in all its diverse forms, is the heart and backbone of a healthy society. Our mission is to improve the well-being of the family through strength-based programs that educate, influence public policy, and help families put evidence-based information to work in their lives. In addition to a variety of workshops for parents and caregivers, we also offer resources specifically developed for parenting educators, professional training opportunities for individuals who support families, and internships for students in the human services field of study.
Join us January 18th for guest speaker Melissa Perry from the Child Development Council. We meet every 3rd THURSDAY at 8:30am at CCE-Tompkins!
Parents Apart® is a 6-hour workshop for parents who want to learn how to help their child(ren) adjust during their separation or divorce, or who are parenting separately. Next class is Saturday, February 17th.
Parents who want to make the holidays meaningful and pleasant for their children won't give in to the pressure of beginning the preparations and celebrations too soon.
Tompkins Families is a community-based effort to connect parents and families in the rural towns of Dryden, Groton, & Newfield to create supportive environments for all families!
Helping a child through the process of divorce means paying close attention to the worries, fears and needs of each individual child.
In a hurry‑up world where parents spend less time with their children than they would like, what joint activities bring the biggest payoff? Try reading - you can't go wrong!
Last updated December 11, 2017