All Children Excel Parent Education

Qualifying caregivers raising children from birth to 5 years old can participate in All Children Excel, a parent education program. Parents receive home visits and group-based parent education designed to develop nurturing parenting skills and enhance knowledge about child development and strengthen the caregiver and child relationship.

The 16-week group parenting education sessions are available for parents receiving services from child welfare. 

What does this program provide?

The All Children Excel parenting classes follow the evidence and curriculum-based Nurturing Parenting Program model. Parents will learn:

  • Expectations of Children
  • Parental Empathy towards Children’s Needs
  • Non-violent Discipline
  • Parent-Child Family Roles
  • Children’s Power and Independence

Additional parent education support services are provided through the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program.

Who is eligible?

  • Eligible parents must reside in Cumberland County
  • Children 0 – 5 years old (5-year-old cannot be enrolled in Kindergarten)
  • Must have a referral from a community agency such as the Department of Social Services

For parenting class information or enrollment, please complete the All Children Excel Interest Form:

All Children Excel Parenting Class Interest Form

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The North Carolina Partnership for Children and the Smart Start Initiative help fund this work.

Help us in our efforts to ensure all children receive a sound education, beginning at birth, and families receive the support they need to ensure success.