The Parent Project
The City of Mission Viejo and the Orange County Sheriff's Department are committed to providing a safe environment for residents in the community.
Drug Free Mission Viejo
Prescription drug abuse among children in our community continues to grow at alarming rates. In fact, it is a national epidemic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Because of that, Mission Viejo Television has developed “An Invisible Line,” a four-part series covering a slice of what is happening in and around Mission Viejo. Please visit the following links to watch the series regarding the impact drugs can have on our children:
Prescription Drug Abuse PSA
The Parent Project
Parents are invited to take part in the Parent Project program that is designed to help children grow into safe and capable adults. For the last several years, the City of Mission Viejo has offered the 10-week program that was created for parents with difficult or out-of-control adolescent children. Developed over a 20-year-period, the curriculum helps parents learn and practice specific prevention and intervention strategies for defiant actions or destructive behaviors such as truancy, alcohol and drug use, gangs, running away, violence and other issues. Parents will learn proven tools and tactics to deal with poor grades, online gaming addictions and they will learn to understand teens and their use of technology.
Mission Viejo Deputy Sheriffs, including several of the School Resource Officers, receive 40 hours of training to facilitate the program, which caters to parents with kids in different stages of life. Deputies teaching the program can address every issue parents may have with their children to help them build better relationships.
Date & Time:
Meetings are every Tuesday for 10-weeks from 6:30p.m. – 9:30p.m.
The cost for the program is $20. Space is limited, so register today by calling 949-470-8433. For more information about this beneficial program, go to www.parentproject.com.
National Crime Prevention Council
The National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) and The Advertising Council, Inc. (Ad Council) have created a Safe Firearms Storage public education campaign to encourage firearms owners to store firearms safely by locking them up...(Read More)
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