Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS)
This evidence-based parenting cohort program builds space for community, shared information, parent identity formation and empowerment. We envision living, working and growing our families in a region where every caretaker, parent, and guardian is empowered to build healthy, resilient families. Participation in PEPS newborn cohorts has been shown to broaden parents’ social networks, create greater feelings of confidence in parenting, enhance the relationship of the couple, improve parents social and emotional health, provide customized educational experiences based on needs of individual cohorts, and much more. Key features include closed cohorts, intentional creation of mutually beneficial peer relationships, facilitation by trained leaders, normalization of the challenging experiences of early parenting, and regionally focused cohorts for long term connection and sustained impact.Visit The Website
|State or Local?
|Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Orange, Wake
|Triangle Area Parenting Support
|Type of Agency
|Racial Equity Lens