2023 Co-Parenting – No longer together, but Parents Forever™ Schedule

Parents Forever™ is a “co-parenting” class for parents in the process of divorce, already divorced, or never married but separating.  It covers how family change affects children, co-parenting, communication and conflict.  Each parent will gain various insights and skill sets that will, through each stage of the transition, help meet their children’s needs as well as help them lead happier, less stressful lives.

Classes to Support Parents In Their Ongoing Co-Parenting:

The last class of 2023 will be on Tuesday, November 7th, 11:30-3:30 via Zoom. The upcoming 2024 class dates will be available soon.

If the dates listed do not work for you, contact Amanda Griswold, Crawford County Human Development and Relationships Educator for possible additional scheduling. By phone, (608) 326-0223 or by email,

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

Upcoming 2023 TripleP Class Schedules HERE

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program ® is a parenting and family support system designed to prevent – as well as treat – behavioral and emotional problems in children and teenagers. It aims to prevent problems in the family, school and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to realize their potential.

Triple P draws on social learning, cognitive behavioral and developmental theory as well as research into risk factors associated with the development of social and behavioral problems in children. It aims to equip parents with the skills and confidence they need to be self-sufficient and to be able to manage family issues without ongoing support.

And while it is almost universally successful in improving behavioral problems, more than half of Triple P’s 17 parenting strategies focus on developing positive relationships, attitudes and conduct.

Triple P is delivered to parents of children up to 12 years, with Teen Triple P for parents of 12 to 16 year olds. There are also specialist programs – for parents of children with a disability (Stepping Stones), for parents going through separation or divorce (Family Transitions), for parents of children who are overweight (Lifestyle) and for Indigenous parents (Indigenous). Other specialist programs are being trialled or are in development.


An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title VI, Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act requirements.

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