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Articles

Coparenting: Avoiding the Distortion of Polarization

Family Therapist, Steve Young, provides insights into how co-parents can move beyond polarization and work together to raise happy and successful children.

Resilience and Hope

Resilience is a life skill. Kids First works with parents to help them teach adaptability to their children.

Co-Parenting and Financial Abuse

Kids First board member, Marjorie McAvoy, shares her personal story of financial abuse and offers tips for moving forward during a difficult time in the life of a child.

Kids First Center's Social Work Interns

Learn about the experiences of our social work interns helping parents and kids navigate the separation and divorce process at Kids First Center.

Covid-19 Update for Kids and Parents

Kids First Facilitator, Susan Wiggin, MSW provides guidelines for parents to follow during the COVID-19 pandemic in this informative video.

Co-Parenting Tips: 5 Strategies to Make Life Easier

Are you finding it challenging to work cooperatively with your child’s other parent? We understand the struggle you’re going through, so we’ve put together these 5 strategies to help make co-parenting easier.

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Executive Director Messages

Co-Parenting with Food

Co-parenting can be challenging. Shared meals and kind words can improve communication between parents and children.

Resilience and Hope

Resilience is a life skill. Kids First works with parents to help them teach adaptability to their children.

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