Prevention and Intervention Classes for parents/caregivers and youth.
Together we can improve the mental health of our children and young people.
✔️ Strengthening Families Program
✔️ The Parent Project
✔️ Loving Solutions
✔️ Step Up Mentoring
Incorporated in 1995, P4P is a 501c3 dedicated to giving parents/caregivers tools to build healthy, thriving families! 100% of the families that complete a parenting class would recommend the class to other parents.
We build strong families for a peaceful community. Partners For Peace delivers family prevention / intervention class series to parents/caregivers and youth. P4P also provides mentoring programs in Salinas and Soledad for 11-14 year old boys and girls.
Being a single parent is difficult,” said Elizabeth Hernandez of Salinas who struggled juggling parenting her two girls, Evelyn (4) and Esmeralda (14). The gap in age between her daughters made it difficult to focus on doing right by them, she admits; that’s when a counselor referred her to Partners For Peace for help...
For Fernando Martinez, 36, of Salinas attending workshops offered by Partners For Peace has been a blessing in his family of three. He is married to Brenda Lizet Zuniga and they have one son, 11-year-old Mateo Sahid Martinez Zuniga.
Martinez attended an information session at Boronda Middle School &...
While browsing through her Facebook feed last March, Karla Jimenez, 35, came across an ad for upcoming workshops offered by Partners For Peace in collaboration with Monterey County Behavioral Health. This mother of four (14, 9, 4, and 1) was drawn to Loving Solutions workshops and called to enquire immediately...
Our team can help you find the right class to meet your needs and schedule.
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The new federal number - 988 - debuting in California and across the country - is billed as an alternative to 911 for people experiencing mental health emergencies. Tap into the state’s network of 13 National Suicide Prevention Lifelines.