Profiles of Success

Profiles of Success

“In April 2013, I had a major problem, so I went to Ms. Rose who works at Indiana Parenting Institute at the City Hall Annex Building. I talked to her about my daughter, how she was doing drugs and didn’t want anything out of life. Ms. Rose gave me some advice, and what do you know, my daughter went to rehab and 40 days later, she now has her own apartment, she’s off drugs, going to school online getting her GED. I am so proud of my daughter! If it wasn’t for Ms. Rose, I would have lost myself and my child. Thank God for Ms. Rose! She didn’t give up on me or my child. Thank you very much!”

by: Rosemary E.

“I have learned that communication is very important. I talk to Leroy everyday about whatever is on his mind. I have learned to really listen to what he is saying. I am teaching him to communicate without yelling or using a disrespectful tone. The result has been a happier mom and child.”

by: Phyllis A.
Zero Tolerance student

“I would like to testify about my experience with Indiana Parenting Institute. I started out wondering how this was going to be of help to me and my son. As I attended class, I got the information that was being taught to me to acquire more skills to enhance my son and I and our relationship. I am going to exercise the information and techniques I learned so that my family and I can greatly appreciate each other every day that God blesses us to be together as a family.”

by: Linda T.
Zero Tolerance student

“Hi. My name is Athenee T. and I am here to tell you this program really works. When this program started, my son was making straight F’s in school and not going to class. But after going to (truancy) court and me going to classes, we learned the tools of communication that has worked for us. Today, my son is making C’s and B’s and taking pride in his work. We learned to care for each other in a different way. He goes to class happy now. So, thanks to this program, we’re on a different path.”

Zero Tolerance student

“Parenting class showed me that as parents, we can come together to talk about what’s going on in our lives; it also means there is a place I can come & get info about how to be the best parent I can be.”

by: Mellandy W.
Zero Tolerance student

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