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Five ways to Improve Your Co-Parenting Communication

Communication can be a challenge for divorced parents. These 5 tips can help improve communications for co-parents and their children.

Kids First for Women and Intimate Partner Violence

For women in abusive relationships, the Kids First for Women program has been a life-changing program. Read how from an expert.

Co-Parenting: Permission to be Happy on Holidays

Co-parenting during the holiday season can present a few challenges. Create new traditions and manage expectations for kids and adults alike with these insights.

Co-Parenting: Stepping Back and Checking In with “The Power of the Pause”

In coparenting, taking time to pause to listen, reflect and observe can helps put situations in perspective and give parents a chance to recalibrate events.

Children of Divorce: The Invaluable Impact of Stepparents

Stepparents can make a big impact on a child's life. Read about one woman's experience with stepparents and how they shaped her life.

Co-Parenting Self-Care: Taking Inventory of Our Relationships

Parents need to take care of themselves so they can take care of their children. One of the ways is to evaluate the relationships in their lives.

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Journey to Successful Coparenting

Successful co-parenting is a journey and doesn't happen overnight. Kids First Center's comprehensive co-parenting classes can help parents the skills they need to be great co-parents for their kids.

Kids First for Kids Returns & Spring Fundraiser

Kids First Center is very excited to announce the return of their "in-person" Kids programs starting in March 2024. Kids First also has a Spring fundraiser in April.

Resilience and Hope

Resilience is a life skill. Kids First works with parents to help them teach adaptability to their children as a skill that lasts a life-time.

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