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The Parenting Center
Helping parents grow!
The Parenting Center provides a place where parents can develop competence and confidence in raising children.
The center serves as a unique resource providing a place where parents and young children can play and socialize; support and education to parents faced with everyday challenges of raising children; and a referral center where parents can receive direction to appropriate community resources.
With locations in Uptown and Metairie, The Parenting Center is an invaluable resource for help with the ordinary challenges of raising children.
There are three great ways to join the parenting center!
For more information, please call The Parenting Center at 504.896.9591 or send an e-mail to
Ongoing Member Activities include Drop-in play, Monthly Birthday Celebrations,
Use of the Resource Library, and Parent Consultation and Coaching! 
The Parenting Center provides additional enrichment activities each season.
Some of their summer programming includes: 
“Let’s Make Music,” “Outside Art,” “Big Bubble Play,” “Water Wonderful Day,” and more! 
The Parenting Center also provides classes for each age and stage of parenting, from infants all the way up to middle and high school.
You can join them for classes and discussions on topics such as “Strengthening the Parent/Child Relationship,” “Sensory Processing in Young Children,” “Positive Discipline,” “Growing up for Girls/Boys,” and more! 
For more information, please call The Parenting Center at 504.896.9591, e-mail or visit their website.
938 Calhoun St., New Orleans, 70118Goldring-Woldenberg Jewish Community Campus
 3747 W. Esplanade Ave., Metairie, 70002
Monday-Friday, 9 am-4:30 pm; Saturday, 9 am-noonMonday-Friday, 9 am-noon
Contact Information
Phone: 504.896.9591

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