To meet the specific needs of families, programs have been identified according to the standard levels of prevention: Primary, Secondary (intervention) and Tertiary (treatment).
Primary Prevention-Education Programs are designed to empower individuals and families with new knowledge and skills.
Secondary Prevention-Intervention Programs are designed for at-risk youth, teen parents & families experiencing moderate levels of dysfunction.
Tertiary Prevention-Treatment Programs are designed for families referred for parenting education by Mental Health/Social Services.
Comprehensive Programs are designed for agencies to offer long-term, more comprehensive parenting education.