Covid-19 Update, August 1, 2020: The Fulton County Family Partnership is operating with limited staff, offices are open to the public. Fingerprinting is not available at this site at this time. Transportation, Childcare and Dental clinic are operating onsite. Other programs are operating through partial or virtual means. We are checking voice messages and emails.
Children In Between is a mandated co-parenting program for divorcing and separating parents provided by the Center for Divorce Education and the Fulton County Family Partnership. The program is recognized by the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices. The course is proven to reduce re-litigation rates and reduce parental conflict. Research shows that two-thirds of the children from families of divorce suffer problems ranging from low self-esteem to serious depression. Some children never recover from these problems. Children In Between is proven effective in reducing the negative impacts of divorce on children. Parents are less angry towards their ex-spouses and dramatically reduced their child’s exposure to their conflicts. Parents will learn the skills needed to avoid putting children in the middle of their conflicts.
Register online to attend a class.