Family Outreach Dallas believes that every child has the fundamental right to a healthy family and environment, the opportunity to succeed in school, and the capacity to experience life without violence. Community volunteers and professional staff work together to educate and strengthen families by providing parent education classes, mentoring, early childhood parent education, and child safety programs.
The mission of Family Outreach is prevent child abuse and neglect by building healthy families and a strong, compassionate community. All of our programs are evidence-based and voluntary. Our programs help families find better ways to manage the demands of parenting. Families are strengthened so that children grow up in a stable and healthy environment to reach their full potential. When these children become parents, they will have the skills to cope with stress without resorting to abusive behavior.
The mission of Family Outreach is to prevent child abuse and neglect by building healthy families and a strong, compassionate community.
We provide educational programs for parents, professionals, and students about how to understand and talk about the delicate issues of child abuse, how to report it, and how to prevent it.
To register for a program or to request a speaker, call our center at 214.321.6292.
Contribute to Our Mission
Your donation promotes positive parenting skills in our community, empowers children to stand strong and respect others, and helps parents learn new ways to nurture and protect their children.
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