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In Home Parenting

dad with sonIn Home Parenting is an in home parenting education program offered to Butte County families. Parents who want to improve their parenting skills can work with an in-home parent educator to improve their relationship with their child(ren) and enhance their family support system. In Home Parenting offers parent support, parent-child activities and works with parents to develop parenting techniques that offer positive results.

“It is helpful to have someone to listen and support me in my parenting” - Parent.

Positive Outcomes

Your relationship with your child will strengthen as you learn to problem solve and advocate for your family. Your family may benefit by learning to:
"In Home Parenting's help and support is amazing. They are always available when I call." - Annette, Parent.

Eligibility

DebbieThe program is voluntary and is facilitated by Youth for Change in collaboration with the Butte County Department of Behavioral Health and other service providers. Families are referred by a Mental Health Clinician from various organizations. Referrals can include parents (biological or step), grandparents, foster parents, uncles/aunts raising children, teen parents, single parents, etc. To be eligible, the child(ren) must have Full Scope Medi-Cal and meet medical necessity.

For further questions regarding how to make a referral to the In Home Parenting program, or to see if you might qualify for services, please contact the Program Manager at:

Rio Lindo Support Center
578 Rio Lindo Avenue, Suite 3
Chico, CA 95926
530-894-5933 ext. 24

Download program brochure here.


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