BYS is now offering peer support groups for parents of all school-age children.

WHY A PEER SUPPORT GROUP? 

Parent Peer Support groups are designed to bring parents of children at similar ages and developmental stages together to discuss the challenging and rewarding work of parenting.

WHO ARE THEY FOR?

BYS Parent Peer Support Groups are inclusive of parents of all children grades K-12.

WHAT WILL PARENTS GET OUT OF IT? 

This program will focus on parent well-being, creating connections, developing an understanding of personal parenting values, giving access to supportive resources, and offering parenting techniques and strategies.

DETAILS:
The winter session will be for all parents of school-aged children, grades K-12.
Wednesdays, 6:30pm-8pm, January 24th-March 20th (8 weeks).
The group will be facilitated by Chase Myers and Megan Bradley.
Registration for our Winter Parent Peer Support Group is now closed. 
Here’s what one parent had to say about their experience in a previous peer support group:
“The facilitator was incredible. Their grounded, calm, thoughtful, and caring demeanor was the positive energy that I needed in order to slow down, take in new information, breathe, and feel confident enough to share out loud…The information/topics were exactly what I needed. The information was never overwhelming. Instead, it was easy to digest and apply to my situation. The links provided to dive further into topics were greatly appreciated. I cannot say enough positive things about this peer group.”