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Parent Workshop Flyer Fall 2014

Parent Workshop Flyer Fall 2014

Child and Family Connections is excited to present an expanded workshop curriculum that includes additional time for parents to connect and share their stories, more in-classroom opportunities to practice new skills, and a whole lot more! The workshop will consist of eight consecutive weekly sessions. As always, the workshop is free! The number of available seats is limited.

TO REGISTER
267-308-HEAL (4325) or  info@childfamilyconnections.org

WHO
Parents Living with a Mental Illness who are raising children age 12 Years and older

WHAT
Communication * Education * Peer Support * Creative Arts * Sharing Your Story * Role Playing * Developing Healthy Parenting Plans * Crisis Planning * and More!

WHEN
Starts Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 6pm-8pm (runs for eight consecutive Tuesdays)

WHERE
4700 Wissahickon Avenue, Philadelphia (accessible by public transportation)

SPONSORS
Child and Family Connections, Inc., with support from Independence Blue Cross Foundation, Patricia Kind Family Foundation

We’re looking forward to meeting you!

Evan and Charlotte

Evan and Charlotte


CFC’s Evan Kaplan and Daughter Charlotte Kaplan
to receive the 2014 Devereux Community of Hope Award

This year’s Devereux’s Community of Hope Award will be presented to Evan Kaplan the co-founder of Child and Family Connections and his daughter, Charlotte, who was the inspiration for CFC. The award will be presented at the 3rd Annual Family Resilience Conference on Saturday, October 18th, 2014 from 9am–3pm. The public is invited.

I’m so honored to have been recognized in this way by such an esteemed organization like Devereux. The fact that my daughter, who has inspired so many, is being recognized as well, makes me so proud. It’s a testament to young people’s ability to touch and improve the lives of others, including families and individuals striving to live well with parental brain disorders.”

- Evan Kaplan

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