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Positive Relationships Bring Cheer All Year

Family Support Partnership Program Manager Victor Rodriguez
by Victor Rodriguez12/24/2018 10:00 a.m.
Updated: 01/04/2019

Do you feel like you can’t live up to the holiday hype?

The pressure to meet expectations this time of year can be overwhelming for many parents. Some people struggle to keep up with social engagements, gift exchanges, and the desire to spend time with family and friends. Make the holiday season a positive experience for your children and yourself with Positive Parenting program.

The Positive Parenting Program—or Triple P—is a great way to learn new tips and advice to build positive relationships with your children. Positive relationships are powerful, protective and healing forces in a child's life. Positive relationships will promote health and wellbeing for the rest of their lives. What better gift can you give than that? Interested? Submit a referral today to learn practical strategies to help you:

  • Strengthen family relationships.
  • Teach your child better coping skills and encourage positive behavior.
  • Improve how you handle disruptive or challenging behavior.
  • Take care of yourself. 

Triple P is part of the Health Department’s overall strategy to help children, families and communities thrive. Our 2017 Violence Prevention Report shows how our work with families leads to improved physical and emotional health: 

  • 100% of children met developmental milestones.
  • 96% of graduates from the evidence-based program improved their relationship with their children during services.
  • 92% of parents improved their mental health.

Make a difference in the life of your children this holiday season and for years to come. Give the gift of positive relationships.

Learn more about Family Support Partnership—the effort behind the Family Support Centers. Contact us at fspartnership@tpchd.org or (253) 798-4608.

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  1. Updated: 01/04/2019
  2. Updated: 01/03/2019
Family Support Partnership Program Manager Victor Rodriguez

by Victor Rodriguez

Victor works with community partners to help strengthen families in Pierce County.

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