fbpx Skip to content

STAY UP TO DATE. Join our email list »

First Things First First Things First

Tag: parent education/awareness

Positivity

FTF partners with ZERO TO THREE to promote positive parenting

  • family support

Raising a young child comes with both joys and challenges, and no parent is perfect. To help families do their best in guiding their children’s healthy…

Mother holding up a book next to her young daughter

Doctors boost literacy through well-child visits in Whiteriver

  • language & literacy

Every family that comes in for a well-child visit appointment gets an age-appropriate book and development information for their child

Mom holding her toddler boy and smiling

Parent education class helps multigenerational household in Scottsdale address 4-year-old’s…

  • family support

The WISH Parent Education Program teachers families about brain development, milestones, communication, discipline and caring for children.

Cover of book

Parenting class at state prison complex in Tucson helps create positive learning environment for…

  • family support

A parenting education program funded by the FTF Pima South Region helps incarcerated parents create positive learning environments for their children.

quote that reads Pascua Yaqui Tribe 2020 Family Story Undo text Redo Zoom out ⌘– Zoom in ⌘+ 66% How to move view Bebas Neue 57.9 100 Return to add a new line. Shift + Return to confirm.CancelDone “It’s great to know that you can make any moment a learning opportunity.” ▲

Pascua Yaqui Tribe boy develops cognitive skills through daily play time

  • family support

The FTF Pascua Yaqui Tribe Regional Partnership Council funds the workshops to help families in the role of their child’s first teacher.

Whiteriver families take parenting workshops to help prepare their children to succeed in…

  • family support

Sylvia Hinton is training parents to help their children succeed in school in Whiteriver, Az through free parenting workshops.

Mother and father with three kids

Parenting class helps young mom and dad from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community look at…

  • family support

“After we took the class, we really started talking more, sitting with each other, reading books, trying to understand each other and communicate,” said…

siblings hugging

Parenting education class helps Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community mom prepare her daughter…

  • family support

Sierra Conger lived in multiple foster and group homes during her childhood. She never experienced a sense of family, so when she found herself pregnant at age…

Mom with son

Sacaton teen finds support and compassion at Baby Smarts

  • family support

When high school teen Amy Rhodes found out she was pregnant, she worried about her baby’s future.She soon connected to Baby Smarts, a program funded by…

© First Things First. All Rights Reserved. • Privacy PolicyAccessibilityWebsite FeedbackOmbudsman-Citizens Aide