Ohio State University Extension Family and Consumer Sciences recognizes that when parents divorce, the children often pay the highest price.
Of the approximately 40,000 marriages that break up in Ohio each year, more than 45% involve minor children.
Family and Consumer Sciences Successful Co-Parenting is a two-hour class designed to equip parents with the knowledge, skills, tools, awareness and strategies to help their children adjust to divorce now and in the future. After the class, 92% of participants reported that they learned new information, and 89% reported that they felt more prepared to co-parent because of the program.
Successful Co-Parenting is being offered in cooperation with the Clermont County Court of Domestic Relations and meets the co-parenting education requirement assigned by the court.
This class is now being offered virtually.
Please use the link below to register for the class. Once you are enrolled in the Clermont County section, you will receive an email with further instructions for completing the class and requesting a certificate of completion.