The Grow parenting program is a universal program designed to help parents of 5- to 10-year-olds. This program helps parents learn positive parenting techniques, stress management strategies, and health promotion skills that can be used to help children be happy and healthy.

Grow is available in online and face-to-face formats. Grow Online is directly available to parents and caregivers and contains eight interactive sessions and includes parent resources and at-home skill practices.

Grow Face-to-Face is an in-person training, led by a trained Grow facilitator, and contains five 90-minute, weekly sessions. If you are a professional and are interested in becoming a trained Grow Face-to-Face facilitator, please visit the program page.

Who is this program for?
Available for parents and caregivers.

How much will it cost?
Online program access is free.

How long will it take?
This program takes approximately 4.5 hours to complete, and you may pause and resume the course as needed.

What is the difference between Grow Online and Grow Face-to-Face?
Grow Online is directly available to parents and caregivers, while Grow Face-to-Face is led by a trained facilitator and is only available in-person and where advertised.

Are you ready to Grow?

Grow online offers eight sessions that will help you learn how to do the following:

  • praise and encourage your child in appropriate ways;
  • understand how to help your child manage his or her emotions;
  • set healthy routines and schedules in your home;
  • manage stress and your reactions due to anger; and
  • promote physical health for you and your child.
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