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Parents Forever

Parents Forever is a research-based educational program developed by the University of Minnesota Extension to help parents through the process of making informed, child-supportive decisions during transitions such as separation and divorce, resulting in healthy children and positive parent-child relationships.

Parents Forever houses

Who should take the Parents Forever course? 
-Parents experiencing a family transition such as separation or divorce
-Parents who are considering separation/divorce and who would like to learn more about the impacts on their family 
-Parents who are divorced and experiencing challenges with co-parenting
-Never-married parents who do not live together but want to strengthen their co-parenting efforts

Online Course: 
To register online go to: www.parentsforevernd.org 
Make sure to register for the North Dakota class. 
The online course is available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. It will take a minimum of four hours to complete. 
Upon completion, the class participant will receive a certificate. 

In-person Course: 
To register complete the class registration form on the attached Parents Forever brochure. 
Upon completion, the class participant will receive a certificate. 

2020 In-person Class Date:
March 21 (Saturday): 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

Registration Fee: 
Class fee applies, cost is $69 for online course. 
Class fee is $55 for the in-person course. 

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