Parenting Groups meet throughout the state. They are places to ask questions, gain knowledge and connect with other parents. Local parent groups, and parent-child programs, are also great ways to meet other parents and build a circle of support.
In Connecticut, there are groups for expecting parents, new parents and parents of children with special needs. While some groups focus on parent education, others offer parent/child activities. Different groups are available based on the age of your child(ren).
TO FIND PROVIDERS IN CONNECTICUT’S COMMUNITY RESOURCES DATABASE:
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SOURCES: 211; Novak Djokovic Foundation; Psychology Today
PREPARED BY: 211
CONTENT LAST REVIEWED: November 2019