Websites: Parenting Through Divorce
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A volunteer, non-profit organization that offers legal, mental health and financial education in order to make divorce more civil and, especially, less traumatic for children.
A non-profit organization to help kids and parents through divorce. This site has activities, articles and lists of books for kids. For parents there are articles and reading lists.
KidsHealth provides doctor-approved health information about children from before birth through adolescence. KidsHealth has separate areas for kids, teens, and parents – these areas include features, articles, animations, games, and resources - all original and all developed by experts in the health of children and teens. This section deals with divorce.
Parent Education Programs for Divorcing Parents
All parties to a divorce action in Massachusetts in which there are minor children are ordered to attend and participate in an approved Parent Education Program. This site contains a list of approved providers.
Parents Without Partners
Provides free referrals to local PWP chapters, which offer social and educational opportunities for single parents.
Website created by PBS for kids. Includes articles on divorce, quizzes for children to take, book suggestions and Journal activities. All PBS kids web include at-home activities, lesson plans, educational guides and tips for parents and teachers also.
Provides information on stepfamily resources and support groups. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping stepfamily members achieve harmony and mutual respect.
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This content was last modified on: 11/17/2016