Parent Education – Triple P
The Triple P program addresses child abuse in the county by offering a matrix of services designed to prevent child abuse through education, counseling, collaboration, early interventions and ongoing treatment in abusive situations.
Family-centered clinical approach based on Triple P-Positive Parenting Program, that focuses on families’ positive attributes and self-direction to strengthen their
capabilities while offering resource to help ensure positive outcomes. PPSC provides clinically appropriate, culturally sensitive and strength-based mental health services. Appropriate for parents of children 12 and under.
Partners: Petaluma City Schools – McDowell Elementary, Family Resource Center currently serving mostly Latino families and their children from the community.
This program is funded by Sonoma County Department of Health Services through the voter-approved Mental health Services Act (Prop.63). It is one of several MHSA programs implement by Sonoma County Behavioral Health, a county government organization working to improved mental health outcomes for individuals, families and communities. For more information visit www.sonoma-county.org