Building Communication. Breaking Barriers.
Having problems communicating with your teen? We have the solution.
Supporting parents and their teens (ages 7-18) with in-home visitation sessions. Family Specialists work 1-on-1 with parents and teens for a total of 3 hours each week.
Discussions focus on:
- Improving parent and teen relationships
- Opening lines of communication
- Anger management techniques
- Creating positive strategies to strengthen the family unit
- Age-appropriate discipline
Limited transportation available.
This program is offered FREE to families.
To make a referral click here or call (336) 748-9028 for more information.
File a Complaint
If you need to file a complaint on or commend a staff member of The Parenting PATH, please call 336-748-9028 or come to the agency and ask to speak to the CEO or COO. Written communication regarding complaints or commendations can be mailed to The Parenting PATH, 500 W. Northwest Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27105 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To file a complaint alleging discrimination by the agency, please call 336-748-9028 or come to the agency and ask to speak to the CEO. Written communication regarding complaints or commendations can be mailed to The Parenting PATH, 500 W. Northwest Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27105 or emailed to email@example.com. If the complaint involves the CEO, please call 336-748-9028 and ask for the contact information for the Chair of the Board of Directors OR mail your complaint to their attention at the agency address.
The Parent Teen Solutions Program is a grant funded position made possible in part by the North Carolina Governor's Crime Commission. For complaints regarding this program, you may contact the agency OR
You may also call or mail correspondence to:
North Carolina Governor's Crime Commission
1201 Front Street, Suite 200
Raleigh NC 27609
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