Families First is proud to share that our article on parent retention within the Power of Parenting program model was published in the Social Innovations Journal‘s Boston edition!
Quality parenting education programs cannot be successful unless parents are recruited to participate and then retained. But when parents are experiencing multiple adversities, they are less likely to begin and stay with a program, for myriad reasons. Meaningful and effective strategies are needed to combat these issues.
We are very excited to be included alongside so many impressive local leaders and innovators as we continue to work collaboratively to make our communities stronger.