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Alabama Parent Education Center
334-567-2252 or toll-free in Alabama: 866-532-7660
APEC provides services and supports to assist families, particularly those underserved including minority, low-income, and those with children with disabilities. APEC provides parents with training, information, and support to help them become meaningful participants in their children's education and lives. Programs include a youth transition project, school improvement services, imagination library, cooperative parenting, special families, and dedicated dads.
The University of Alabama Parenting Assistance Line
PAL is an assistance hotline that offers information and support on becoming a better parent. They also provide literature.
Family Guidance Center of Alabama
FGC offers counseling, early childhood services, family services and employment-related services.
This is the web companion to the magazine by this name. The publication offers practical and insightful stories from local and national writers. It showcases hundreds of local students each year, and provides a calendar for all things promoted for families in the area. The calendar includes a list of classes, services, and support.
Single and Parenting
Structured support group for single parents: each meeting has specific topics (e.g. fatigue, goals, self care etc.)