Classes for Parents
Parents Forever™ classes are available for parents who have children ages birth through 18 and are experiencing:
- Issues of paternity, parenting time, or child support
While some take the class because they are court ordered to, many parents take the classes because it gives them the tools they need to better help their children and themselves through the divorce process.
Parents Forever™ classes are available online or in-person. Both versions of the class meet all 25 minimum standards required by Minnesota Statute 518.157 for Minnesota court-ordered education. (The North Dakota version does not meet Minnesota requirements.)
Parents Forever™ classes are offered throughout the state of Minnesota and beyond.
Attend Parents Forever™ to learn valuable skills and tools that will help reduce the effects of the family transition on you and your children.
Quick comparison between the online and in-person classes so you can make the best choice for you.
Classes for some of the local Minnesota programs. For a complete list of local programs, Contact a Local Parents Forever™ Program.
Have questions? Get answers!
We Agree: Creating a Parenting Plan — Online publication that helps parents make child-focused decisions about parenting. Includes worksheets and a template to use for creating a parenting plan.
Online Resources — Free web-based resources for families experiencing a family transition like divorce or separation.
About the Program™? — Find out more about the Parents Forever™ program.