We help parents —Single, Separated, Divorced— develop parenting plans, resolve family conflicts, and deal with legal matters concerning their children. Common issues include Parenting Time (Access and Visitation), Divorce, Child Support, Paternity, Parental Relocation, Domestic Abuse, and Parental and Grandparents’ Rights. Clients can enter our programs on their own, be referred by the court or from another agency.

Services include par­ent­ing seminars, a pro-bono family legal clinic, family medi­ation, domestic abuse intervention, and referrals to other agen­cies pro­viding ser­vices that can help clients resolve their issues. Special programs are available for never-married parents, adolescent parents, veterans, and families dealing with domestic abuse or child welfare issues. Our goals are to help par­ents meet the needs of their chil­dren, to reduce fam­ily con­flict, and the need for court and Depart­ment of Children’s Ser­vices inter­ven­tion.

We rec­og­nize that each fam­ily sit­u­a­tion is unique, and so are the needs of each child. We do not advo­cate one type of par­ent­ing style over another; or one par­ent over the other. Par­ent­ing is not cus­tody, nor is par­ent­ing time a pos­ses­sion. We are a 501 (c )(3)non-profit offering services regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnic background. No one is turned away because of an inabil­ity to pay.