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Free Parenting Classes
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All classes are approved by the courts and CPS.
Parenting 1

TTA's Family Services Parenting 1 class is an 8-week parenting course for single mothers and couples that have children between 0-5 years old. This seven-class session addresses the following topics:

  • Understanding young children
  • Understanding Young Children's Behavior
  • Building Self-Esteem in the Early Years
  • Communicating With Young Children
  • Helping Young Children Learn to Cooperate
  • Effective Discipline
  • Nurturing Emotional & Social Development


Jan 24 - Mar 14, 2022 - Register Now


Parenting 2

Parenting 2 is an eight-week session course for single mothers and couples that have children between the ages of 0-5 years old. Parents learn to communicate and co-parent, giving their child the best life possible. This course will cover: 

  • Understanding your Child
  • Understanding Behavior
  • Building Self-esteem
  • Communication
  • Learning to Cooperate
  • Discipline
  • Nurturing Emotional & Social Development


Dr. Dad

Dr. Dad is a four-week parenting course designed to help new dads and dads with toddlers learn basic skills to create a healthy and safe environment for their children.


24/7 Dad

24/7 Dad is an evidence-based course that uses the National Fatherhood Initiative curriculum. This class focuses on helping fathers learn more effective ways to parent. Our program improves relationships with their children and spouses while balancing a healthy work-family schedule. This an eight-week course that addresses a range of topics: 

  • Family History - Impact of the Father
  • Fathers Role 
  • Child Growth & Development
  • Discipline
  • Understanding Feelings & Emotions
  • Communication with Parents & Children
  • Balancing Work & Family Life
  • Co-Parenting


Feb 15 - Apr 12, 2022 - Register Now


Additional Classes

Why Knot 

Why not encourages fathers who are not married to the mother of their children to consider marriage. The program's goal is to end fatherlessness and impact the next generation by equipping, developing, and mentoring one father at a time in the love and truth of Christ

 We partner with third-party organizations to cover the following topics:

  • Navigating the court system and/or CPS
  • Budgeting your finances in lieu of child support
  • Anger management & healthy communication
  • Sex and STDs
The Facts
  • Children from absent father homes are five times more likely to live in poverty with 43% of them receiving welfare or food stamps, housing subsidy or other government assistance
  • These children have a higher rate of infant mortality and obesity
  • Their mothers are two times more likely to experience postpartum depression
For more information please contact 469-567-1793
7125 S. Polk St • Dallas, TX 75232
Mon - Fri | 8:30am - 5pm • 972-228-0872