29th Annual Parenting Awareness Michigan
November 8-9, 2021
Parenting Awareness Michigan Celebrates people raising children and promotes year round education and resources for parents and caregivers. Its mission is to promote parenting awareness, education, and resources through state outreach and local effort.
March 2021 is Parenting Awareness Month
PAM Webinars and Events
Celebrating the people who raise our children, and seeks to:
Draw public attention to the critical importance of effective parenting to raise children who grow up to be healthy, caring, contributing citizens across the lifespan
Raise awareness that informed and effective parenting is a key factor in alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention
Promote education and resources for developing parenting skills throughout the year
Encourage and assist in the development of parent networks throughout Michigan
Promote local parenting events in March
Child and Family Resources
Michigan Alliance for Families - resources to connect families of children with disabilities to resources to help improve their children’s education.
Michigan's Children - Public Policy in the best interest of children and families
Parent Action for Healthy Kids - Family engagement is a fundamental element for helping our youth succeed
Eaton RESA - Tri-County Community Health Guide
National Family Support TA Center (NFSTAC) - supporting families and caregivers of children, regardless of age, who experience serious mental illness and/or substance use disorders
National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse - strengthen fathers and families and providers of services
Michigan Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking (MCRUD) -provide leadership on state and national issues and to assist individuals, grassroots groups, and organizations to reduce underage drinking locally.
Michigan Higher Ed Network - provides colleges and universities the tools, resources, and support to launch alcohol and drug misuse prevention and recovery programs on their campuses.
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For more information contact Kristine Norton, PAM Coordinator, Prevention Network, 517.393.6890, or email@example.com