Parent Support Network
No parent should feel alone in their journey.
CATCH's Parent Support Network (PSN) provides direct support for parents and caregivers, offering access to personalized resources as well as opportunities to connect with other parents one-on-one and learn from peers in small, confidential groups.
These programs allow parents whose children are struggling with their emotional well-being to feel less alone and to garner support and helpful advice from others who have walked a similar path.
Keep reading to learn more about the resources of the Parent Support Network.
Let's create a community and support one another.
Parents Connect brings parents and caregivers together in small groups to talk about the challenges they face raising children with mental health struggles.
Each group is made up of four to eight people with children in the same age range who meet weekly for eight weeks.
Let's check in with each other.
How's the start of school going for you and your family? Let's talk about it.
Join us for Coffee Talk Back-to-School Edition on Tuesday, August 31st at 1pm.
We're meeting in the backyard to enjoy the outdoors and stay safe.
Sign up, and we'll send you the address shortly before we meet.
Looking for Resources?
We are here to help.
CATCH offers a number of resources for parents and caregivers who are seeking support and information on mental health.
Check out our unique content including videos and articles posted under CATCH Resources.
If you're trying to find a book on a specific subject related to parenting and mental health, or would like a suggestion of a helpful podcast or website, visit our Recommended Resources.
We also invite you to reach out to CATCH if you need help searching for a mental health provider. Send a confidential email to CATCH, and we will provide you with names of trusted practices that might me your needs.
We are always adding to our database of local professionals and our library of resources and would love to share contacts and materials.