Parent Education Classes
Collaborative Problem Solving®
Sign up on this page for classes offered through The Child Center for Oregon Parents, Grandparents, Foster Parents, and Caregivers
Classes are 8-Weeks long and offered at no charge to participants who reside in Oregon.
Classes are generously funded by the Oregon Health Authority to help bring services to underserved areas of Oregon, to promote positive mental health, and to prevent future mental health difficulties. Our program is also supported by United Way of Lane County.
Classes funded through the Oregon Health Authority will end in "OHA" or "MHPP"
Classes funded through United Way of Lane County will end in "UW"
Register for a class in 2 easy steps!
Each participant must complete the 2-step process using their personal email address.
After you complete your registration: Zoom log in details and other information about the class will be sent via email 1-2 weeks before class.
The goal of this project is to help Oregon families, especially those in rural and underserved areas, strengthen positive relationships and build the skills needed for success at home, at school, in the community, and in life.
We are focused on providing services to seven regions in Oregon in areas that have limited Mental Health Provider resources. This is defined as fewer than 1.25 providers per 1000 residents by the Oregon Office of Rural Health. As shown by the shaded areas on the map, most of the State is underserved. Click to view ORH's full 2021 report documenting Oregon's Unmet Health Care Needs.