Monday, March 13, 2017
By Headway Staff

Everyone loves their children but not everyone understands that the way we care for the youngest among us will have an impact on our society for years to come.

With that reality in mind, a new program run by Headway Emotional Health Services, a Twin Cities-based mental health provider for families, aims to improve the parenting skills of at-risk American Indian parents by helping them learn to give their infant-to-preschool-aged children the support they need to be prepared for success later in life.

Finish this article at MinnPost here.

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