CTF: UPDATED INFORMATION: Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)

UPDATED INFORMATION: Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)


Children’s Trust Fund

A division of the Department of Social Services



                                        Join Us!


Join us to learn about the important role you and your organization can play in a very exciting initiative just

getting underway in the city of Hartford. The initiative – called the Positive Parenting Program or Triple P -involves entire communities in efforts to prevent emotional and developmental problems in children by

enhancing the knowledge, skills, and confidence of parents. Triple P provides easy to use information and

tips that everyone working with families can use to help parents respond to challenging parenting situations and build positive relationships with their children. The information and tips can make parenting more manageable

and enjoyable.


Where: Community Renewal Team (CRT), 555 Windsor Street, Hartford, Lumsden  


When: September 28, 2012 from 8:00 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.


Event Highlights A Vision for Connecticut’s Children: State and Local Perspectives


  • Commissioner Roderick Bremby, Connecticut Department of Social Services
  • Mayor Pedro Segarra, City of Hartford
  • Ms. Linda J. Kelly, President, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • Ms. Laura Amenta, Chair, Children’s Trust Fund Council


Triple P: Why and How


  • Dr. Dennis Embry, President, Paxis Institute, National Triple P Consultant
  • Ms. Rita Bostick, M.A., LPC, Director, US Program Dissemination, Triple P America

  Click here for Triple P Application  * Click Here for Triple P UpdatedFlyer      


Click Here for Triple P Website  


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RSVP: Eleni Fatsis at (860) 424-5256 or eleni.fatsis@ct.gov

For more information about Triple P or to apply to become an accredited Triple P practitioner go to www.ctf/ct.gov



Triple P - Positive Parenting Program is sponsored by the Children’s Trust Fund, a

Division of the Department of Social Services, in collaboration with the Hartford Foundation

for Public Giving.  Community partners include the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, African

Caribbean American Parents of Children with Disabilities (AFCAMP), Olive Branch Clinical &

Consulting Services, The Village for Families and Children, Hartford Area Child Care Collaborative,

 the Department of Children & Families, and the City of Hartford - Department of Families, Children,

Youth and Recreation.

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