What is Parent Project and Parent Project Teen?

Parent Project is in 33 states and has taught over 300,000 parents nationwide, and offered in Roseville. It is a 10-week skill-building course for parents of strong-willed or defiant youth. Most parents have tried unsuccessfully, counseling, lecturing, and restriction. Parent Project puts parents “back in charge”. 

Parent Project Teen is a 10-week skill-building program for juveniles whose parents are attending Parent Project. Ages are 17 to 11. Teens don’t view themselves as having problems; it’s everyone else that is causing them to have problems. Teen will lean about labeling their feelings, sexualizing their behavior, peer pressure, drugs/alcohol and future choices. 

For more information, contact the Sheriff's Office.

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1. What happens after a juvenile is cited for a crime in Placer County?
2. What is a Juvenile Citation Hearing?
3. What is Informal Probation?
4. What is Formal Probation?
5. What if your child displays defiant behavior but has not been cited for a crime?
6. What is Parent Project and Parent Project Teen?
7. Can families get help with truancy or running away behavior?
8. I would like to find out who the school resource officer is for my child’s school.