Co-Parenting

2024 Co-Parenting – No longer together, but Parents Forever™ Schedule

Parents Forever™ is an educational program for parents that are separating, divorcing, or changing custody of their children.

The Parents Forever™ program may meet the requirement for court mandated co-parenting classes for divorcing parents. Please confirm with your county before registering.

After the Parents Forever™ program, you will be able to:

  • Describe the family transition journey
  • Recognize the importance of self-care and the parent-child bond for child well-being
  • Identify internal and external resources to help you thrive during big changes

2024 Class Schedule for Crawford County

Wednesday, January 17th, 11:30AM-3:00PM
Wednesday, March 20th, Noon to 4:15PM
Wednesday, May 22nd, Noon to 4:15PM
Wednesday, July 17th, Noon to 4:15PM
Wednesday, September 18th, Noon to 4:15PM
Wednesday, November 13, Noon to 4:15PM

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Contact Amanda Griswold if you are needing alternative dates for classes. She can be reached by phone at (608)326-0223 or by email at amanda.griswold@wisc.edu.

Resilient Co-Parenting

About the Classes

The Resilient Co-Parenting classes are for parents or caregivers who are raising their children together while living apart. These classes are a source of ongoing support for co-parents as they continue their journey. Anyone can join!

Class topics include:

  • Having difficult conversations
  • Helping children with strong emotions
  • Coping with stress during big changes

Click here to view a full list of class topics and dates.

How Do I Join a Class?

All class are free. Join us the first Thursday of each month at 7 PM. Classes are virtual on Zoom. Register here.

Family Transitions Triple P

Family Transitions is currently only offered in the fall. Stay tuned for Fall 2024 class dates.

Are you experiencing a separation or divorce? Find out how to manage your big change while supporting your children.

This series of five classes includes:

  • Coping with your emotions
  • Talking with your children about separation
  • Managing conflict with a co-parent and more

Big changes can be stressful. Having the right tools can help. Join us.

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