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Parent & Family Support & Training

Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) A parent education program for parents and caregivers of children ages 2-12 and adolescents ages 12-16. The program is suitable for parents/caregivers with concerns about their child’s behaviors or wish to learn a variety of parenting skills that will promote their child’s development. Classes are offered in community locations. Triple P is offered as an 8-week group format.  To learn more, schedule an appointment with Norco College Mental Health Counselor.  


Transition Age Youth (TAY) Programs

Transition Age Youth (TAY)Peer to Peer Program This prevention service utilizes Transition Age Youth (16-25) who reflect the populations they will be serving which include Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Questioning foster youth, youth transitioning into college, and runaway/homeless youth. The TAY peer providers will provide formal and informal outreach, informal counseling and support/ informational groups to at-risk youth and their families. To learn more, schedule an appointment with Norco College Mental Health Counselor.  
Stress and Your Mood Program  SAYM is an evidence-based early intervention program used to treat depression. The program is low intensity and short in duration. Some family education regarding depression and family or parent sessions are included. Consistent with the model, providers will refer the Transition Age Youth(16-25), as appropriate, for a medication evaluation and work closely with the prescribing psychiatrist to ensure continuity of care. The program is provided in weekly individual or group sessions for 12-20 sessions. To learn more, schedule an appointment with Norco College Mental Health Counselor. 


Alcohol and Drug Addiction Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous A.A. Provides free resources and programs to those looking for help with an alcohol problem or those looking to help a loved one. Not sure if you have an alcohol problem? Take the self-assessment provided to find out. If you are ready to take the next step, find meetings and programs near you offered to guide you on the way to recovery. 

Rehabs is a free addiction resource that provides patients and their families with reliable, non-biased information about treatment centers around the country. Explore the different types of addiction treatment programs offered, learn about the costs associated with rehab and ways to cover costs, find a center near you, and learn about the importance of rehabilitation. 

Addictions Find the right rehab center for you. Filter through centers by location, treatment types, programs, payment options, accreditations, and amenities. Find resources explaining the differences in treatments and learn more about addiction.

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