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10 Week Parent Project

Empowering Parents

The 10-week Parent Project course was created specifically for parents with difficult or out-of-control adolescents. Parents learn and practice
specific prevention and intervention strategies for destructive
behaviors-from truancy, alcohol and other drug use, gangs and 
other criminal behavior, running away, to violence and suicide. 
Parents are self-referred or can be referred to Parent Project 
classes by school officials.

Are you a frustrated parent trying to get your child to complete 
their homework and/or chores? Is there a little too much "drama" 
in your home? Address these issues now when things are not as bad
as they could be! This is a nationally recognized program designed 
for raising children in these challenging times. Many parents have 
taken advantage of the opportunity to gain more confidence in their
parenting skills at this convenient location.

This program will help you to:

  • Create a home discipline structure that works
  • Improve school performance
  • Prevent or stop alcohol and drug use
  • Especially designed for parents of strong willed children!

Class Opportunities
The Issaquah Police Department is hosting a series of 10 Week Parent Project courses. 

The next series begins Oct. 10, 2019 and runs through Dec. 19, 2019. Sign ups are open

Issaquah Contacts

Cpl Ryan Smith #1142 
Community Resource Officer

Issaquah Police Department
130 E. Sunset Way Issaquah, WA 98027
Phone: 425-837-3208