The Parent Project Program

The Huntington Park Police Department Youth Services Division is offering The Parent Project® to residents and non-residents of Huntington Park. The goal is to provide a need specific parenting series for families with a high risk youth. The Parent Project is an intensive program developed for parents. Parents will be taught effective prevention and intervention techniques in order to help their children resist bad temptations exposed by today’s society.

The Parent Project Courses:

  1. Changing Destructive Adolescent Behavior
    This course is designed for parents that have adolescent children with destructive and out of control behavior. Some of the topics discussed include but are not limited to the following: understanding our children; adolescent drug use; managing conflict in the home; addressing problematic behavior; finding help and support; etc …
  2. Loving Solutions
    This course is designed for parents who have strong-will children between the ages of 5-10. Some of the topics discussed include but are not limited to the following: setting appropriate boundaries; how to discipline appropriately; dealing with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD); motivating children to complete their school assignments; etc…

The Parent Project Delivers Results!

  • Reduce family conflict forever!
  • Improve school performance and attendance.
  • Identify and intervene with drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Intercede in negative peer association.
  • Boost your child’s self-esteem.

The tougher is gets to be a kid…
the tougher it gets to be a parent!

How do I apply?
Click here for an application >

Program Facilitator
C.S.O. Karina DeLaCruz – (323) 826-2172