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The Parent Project provides real results

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Parents are invited to take part in the Parent Project that is designed to help children grow into safe and capable adults.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department and Saddleback Valley Unified School District team up to offer the 10-week program created for parents with strong-willed teens.

The program takes place Wednesday nights from 6 pm to 9 pm January 29 through March 31 at Los Alisos Intermediate School, 25171 Moor Ave.

Parents will learn proven tools and tactics to help improve school attendance and performance; prevent or intervene in alcohol and other drug use; and communication skills to help them reconnect with their teens.

Cost is $15 per person. This program fills up fast, so register today at parentproject.com or call Mission Viejo Police Services at 949-470-8433. See more information about this longtime and popular program in this brochure.

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