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Triple P - Positive Parenting Program

Funded by Children’s Trust of South Carolina and The Duke Endowment

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Be a Confident Parent

Triple P – Positive Parenting Program – is one of the most effective evidence-based parenting programs in the world, backed up by more than 35 years of research.

When you register for a Triple P program in our area, you'll learn simple, practical strategies designed to help you build strong, healthy relationships with your children and empower them to succeed.

The goal of Triple P isn’t to provide parenting instruction. Rather, the program provides a toolbox of strategies and ideas you can pick from that will work best for your family.

There's no cost to participate. 

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Parenting Support

Triple P is a parenting support program for parents with children up to age 16 that provides easy, practical strategies to help parents build strong and healthy relationships with their children. The program addresses a wide variety of topics to help parents navigate everyday parenting challenges, as well as more problematic behaviors. The goal of Triple P is to prevent problems in the family, school and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to realize their potential. Triple P Georgetown offers one-to-one sessions, group seminars and discussion groups.

In our seminar series for parents with children ages 0-12 you can expect to discuss these topics during each 90-minute seminar:

  • The Power of Positive Parenting: Using assertive discipline, having reasonable expectations, self-care and more
  • Raising Confident and Competent Children: Having good communication, being a good problem solver, being independent and more
  • Raising Resilient Children: Expressing and accepting feelings, developing coping skills, dealing with stressful events and more

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In our teen seminar series for parents with children 12-16 you can expect to discuss the following during our two-hour small group discussion:

  • Topic 1T: Getting teenagers to cooperate
  • Topic 2T: Coping with teenagers’ emotions
  • Topic 3T: Building teenagers’ survival skills
  • Topic 4T: Reducing family conflict

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In our discussion groups for parents with children ages 0-12, you can expect to discuss these topics during each one-hour small group discussion:

  • Topic 1: Dealing with disobedience
  • Topic 2: Managing fighting and aggression
  • Topic 3: Developing good bedtime routines
  • Topic 4: Hassle-free shopping with children
  • Topic 5: Hassle-free mealtimes with children

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In our one-to-one sessions for parents with children ages 0-12, you can expect to discuss the following over the course of 10 sessions with your practitioner:

  • Promoting child development
  • Managing misbehavior
  • Setting goals and parenting strategies
  • High-risk home and community activities

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For Providers

If you are a provider or community agency and would like to refer a patient or client to the Triple P program, please complete the referral form and our team will be in contact with you.

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About the Program

Triple P – Positive Parenting Program – is an evidence-based parenting program that gives parents simple and practical strategies to help them build strong, healthy partnerships, to confidently manage their child’s behavior and help prevent problems from developing.

South Carolina ranks 41st in the nation for child wellbeing. Of the 46 counties in South Carolina, Georgetown County ranks 25th for well-being, Williamsburg ranks 44th and Horry County ranks 14th. 

Participating Agencies

The network of partners that are engaged in Triple P in our community include our health care system, pediatric clinics, school systems, hospital systems, child development centers, department of social services, department of juvenile justice, workplaces in the community and families at home.

For More Information

To get involved or to receive more information about the Triple P program, please call 843-520-8586 or email us.