The Howard County Family
Institute is an education, information and community outreach program of the
Office of Children and Families, Department of Community Resources and
Services. Our Mission is to assist parents in their parenting role by providing
education that enhances caregiver skills, knowledge and behavior with a vision
that all children will start life with a strong foundation. The Family
Institute supports the early childhood system by implementing evidenced based
programming and partnering with early childhood stakeholders to build family
engagement practices and education.
We offer classes, workshops and informational sessions
for parents on many topics, including child development, positive discipline,
school readiness and finding resources.
Click here to view workshops we
. To suggest topics
for future workshops or to learn more, please email
email@example.com or call 410-313-1940 (voice/relay). or call 410-313-1940 (voice/relay).
Don't allow tantrums, power struggles or misbehavior make daily life difficult
in your household. Learn how you can help decrease the incidence of negative
behaviors and what to do when they occur. Ask questions and learn skills and
resources that you can use immediately to help you feel more confident in your
parenting. For parents of children ages two to eight.
Wednesday, February 10, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Free Online Workshop , Register here
Many families are home together all day, every