Screen Shot 2015-07-13 at 5.02.48 PM

Cart is empty $0.00

Screen Shot 2015-07-15 at 3.36.59 PM 1

Parent Cafe in a Box
Parent Café in a Box is a portable, easy-to-use resource to support your local parent engagement efforts. Each box includes a guidebook and 40 question cards (200 total questions) that focus on the five protective factors, which assists in strengthening families.
Dads Parent Cafe in a Box
Dads Cafes give dads safe opportunities to talk to each other about who and how they want to be a father. Dads Parent Cafe in a box: provides the foundation for hosting Dads Cafes or cafes with fatherhood involvement themes, complements Parent Cafe in a Box, comes with a full deck of bilingual (English/Spanish) cards with over 200 questions, and a guide book for running a successful Parent Cafe.
You can modify the amount of product you want on the checkout page. Orders of 50 or more contact for shipping estimates and bulk discounts.

Screen Shot 2015-07-15 at 3.36.59 PM 1

Living The Protective Factors
The protective factors can assist you—not only as a framework, guideline, or information living in your head—but in your day to day life. This book breaks it down—showing how you can awaken to your potential as a parent by living the protective factors! Includes activities, questions for reflection, and more.
LivingThe Protective Factors Workbook
A 7-week self-study program that parents can complete at home. It contains activities that teach parents about the Protective Factors-while they’re building them.
Viviendo Los Factores de Proteccion
Este es un programa de auto-estudio que los papás pueden hacer en casa. Este libro/cuaderno contiene actividades que enseñan a los padres acerca de los Factores de Protección, a la vez que los construyen.

Screen Shot 2015-07-15 at 3.36.59 PM

The Get Real Guide To Getting Your Kids Back
Written by parents who have had their children taken away by the child welfare system … and gotten them back. Provides parents with 1) a strategy, 2) clear information to support that strategy, and 3) emotional and spiritual support.
The Get Real Guide To Keeping Your Kids At Home
Once a parent makes it through the process of getting their kids back, they may find that the finish line can be a lonely place. Many parents might feel that there is no one there to support them on their new journey and unsure of what to expect. This guide shares a perspective of understanding about where parents are and some of the challenges that lie ahead.