Healthy Outcomes Through Prevention And Early Support
The HOPES program helps stop child abuse before it happens. By teaching parents and caregivers parenting skills and helping them build the support structure they need, program participants are able to handle life's difficulties and address problem behaviors in children before they lead to abuse and neglect.
HOPES offers evidence-based parent education and support for families who have children 0-5 years of age who are considered at-risk for child abuse and neglect. HOPES services are provided at no cost to program participants.
Provides information with parent knowledge and child development using Parents as Teachers Curriculum
Address parental issues and concerns
Trained educators will meet with families in their home 1-2 times per month
Monthly informational & social connections for parents
Monthly parent-child playgroups
Developmental screening for children
Children's health, vision, and hearing screenings
Provide referrals to needed services
Link families to community resources
To refer someone to HOPES, please fill out the form here.
HOPES services are provided at no cost to program participants.
For more information, call Autumn at 806-342-2514
If you are interested in the program, please contact HOPES office at (806) 342- 2500