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Parenting Under Pressure

Sonoma

Child & Family Counseling Clinic
At CPI, we understand how the shelter in place order has added stress and uncertainty in the lives of our children and families. If you are feeling overwhelmed, burnt out, or more sad than usual, give our Child & Family Counseling Clinic a call and talk with one of our experienced therapists — free of charge.

Ongoing telehealth services are also available to all Sonoma County families. Issues commonly seen are symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, and behavioral issues in children such as tantrums/meltdowns, aggression, and frequent conflict with family members.

Please call our Intake Specialist at (707) 284-1500 to schedule a telehealth consultation. 

Perinatal Mental Health Services
Expecting mothers or mothers who have given birth during the pandemic may be experiencing higher levels of stress. Our PMD program offers support to any new or expecting mom. 

Please call our Intake Specialist at (707) 284-1500 to set up an appointment with our PMD department.

Supervised Visitation
CPI is offering Virtual Visitations. New referrals and existing clients can call (707) 536 -1506, Monday - Friday, 11 am - 6 pm, to schedule a virtual visit.

Parent Support Program
In-Home Services are being conducted by telephone or online when possible. CPI parent educators continue to provide parenting skills, and support families managing challenging life events. Services are offered in English and Spanish. Please contact our Program Coordinator, Delfina Soto, for more information: delfinas@calparents.org or (707) 585-6108 ext. 1218. All calls will be returned within 48 hours.

Parenting Classes are also conducted online. During the month of April, we are offering online parenting classes at no-cost, visit calparents.org/classes to register. 

Parenting Support is available to parents and caregivers online. Parents can participate in an 8-week Triple P online course or have 1-1 telephone/online consultations with a parent educator. Please contact our Program Coordinator, Delfina Soto, for more information: delfinas@calparents.org or (707) 585-6108 ext. 1218. All calls will be returned within 48 hours.

The CPI Diaper Project
The CPI Diaper Project continues to provide diapers to families in need. To request diapers and wipes, please visit calparents.org/diaperproject

Our Impact in Sonoma County Last Year

  • Children & Families Helped

    7734

  • Families Benefited from Creative Arts

    1011

  • Counseling Hours Provided

    3,594

  • New Directions Students

    37

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