Helping families find hope and healing through the building of connected parent / child relationships.
Sometimes the parenting journey doesn’t look like we thought or hoped it would. This can be frustrating and confusing as we don’t understand why. Why does my child misbehave? Why does my child act like this and not like our other children? Why does the behavior keep happening or continue to get worse even though I am using all the discipline, punishment, consequences and methods I’ve read about or been taught to use?
How do I know if Forever Families Foundation can help me?
Are you routinely frustrated trying to figure out why your child behaves the way they do in various situations?
Is your child often described as “strong-willed”, “bossy”, “lazy”, “defiant”, or “manipulative”?
Does your child struggle with challenging behaviors?
Has your child been diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, ODD, ASP, ASD, PDD-NOS, AD, SPD, SID, OCD or RAD?
Have you adopted or provided foster care or are you considering doing so?
Do you work with children?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, Forever Families is the place for you!
Explore our website. Then get in touch with us to set up a consultation, sign up for a class, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to let us know how we can help you.
P.O. Box 871 Rogers, AR 72757-0871
Services We Offer
Beyond Hard Places is a 9-week class for parents and caregivers. This class focuses on understanding the unique needs of a child who struggles with behavioral challenges and how to meet those needs, deepen the relationship connection, and teach better behavior strategies.
Parent Support groups
Living Beyond the Hard Places is a monthly support group for parents and caregivers who have taken the Beyond Hard Places class and desire to continue learning and connecting with other parents in similar situations.
Trauma informed care workshops
Custom designed workshops for organizations who desire to provide their staff with training on the effects of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) as it relates to children and families and how they can help.
pre-post adoption parenting consultation
Consultation meetings to help adoptive parents understand the complex needs of children coming from traumatic backgrounds and how to help the child and family move together toward healing.
Teacher inservice-trauma informed classrooms workshops
These workshops are custom designed to help teachers and other school staff better serve children who struggle with self-regulation and behavioral challenges, many stemming from trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). The focus is on understanding the unique needs of this child and how to meet those needs while in a classroom setting.
Parent / child groups
In-home parent mentoring
Use the form below to contact us with any questions you may have: