Parent Communities in Westchester

Parent Communities in Westchester

Parent Communities in Westchester

Everything is unknown when you become a parent. This only gets harder – and more nuanced – as kids get older. Parent Communities in Westchester enable new and seasoned parents to connect with one another. They are also a great way to connect on niche parenting issues and form bonds that last beyond the workshop or the class. Below, we are sharing a range of communities throughout Westchester to help make this journey  a little easier.

Psst…looking for more parent communities? Check out Where to Meet New Parents in Westchester

Circle of Dads

This father support group is designed to support new Westchester fathers and create community. Held the first Thursday of every month, dads will celebrate fatherhood wins, compare stories, and make friends. Additionally, dads-to-be are welcome. NUR Space, 596 Warburton AveHastings NY 10706

The Parent Collective

This group offers a range of classes for new parents. This includes CPR & first aid, prenatal classes, new baby classes, bottle and breast feeding prep, and postpartum care, to name a few options. Additionally, they offer a range of parent communities, such as a new mother group and a working mother group. Currently, there is a four-week new mother group led by Jessica Hill, a professional certified coach, in Ridgefield. Here, parents can receive support, learn useful parenting tools, and make friends. For additional information, reach out to 203-455-4194.

Parents of Children with Autism Support Group

Dr. Rowena, a Pleasantville-based art therapist offers a parent group for those who have a child with autism. The group is designed to foster self-care and healing through group work and art.  25 Wheeler Avenue Suite 203, Pleasantville, New York 10570.

Westchester Parenting

Westchester Parenting offers a range of group programs for kids, teens, and adults. This includes a New Parent/Parent of Toddlers Group, a Social Skills Groups, a group for teens who are leaving the home, and on-going parent process groups. In the parent process groups topics include a discussion of parenting styles, co-parenting, parenting in the digital age, and more. 14 Harwood Court, Suite 318 Scarsdale, NY 10583.

Family Support Groups

The Arc Westchester offers a range of family support groups. This includes the  Parent Assistance Committee on Down Syndrome (PACDS) and parent workshop series. Groups are held throughout the year. Locations are in Hawthrone, Mount Kisco, Ossining, and Yonkers.

Family Ties of Westchester

This White Plains-based organization offers support groups for parents and parent skills coaching sessions. Designed for caregivers (in English and Spanish), early childhood, fathers, and grandparents. Additionally, find sessions for caregivers  raising kids who have social, emotional, and  behavioral challenges.  Finally, registration is required and space is limited.  Family Ties of Westchester, Inc., 112 East Post Road, 3rd Floor, White Plains, NY 10601.

CHADD of Westchester and Putnam

This nonprofit organization helps parents of children with attention deficit disorders. This includes regular meetings and niche groups. Parenting groups cover a range of issues, such as ADHD; how to overcome ADHD; and more. Reach out to [email protected] for more info.

The Child Care Council of Westchester 

Here, families will discover a range of offerings for parents. This includes workshops and groups about parenting styles, problem-solving and conflict resolution. Additionally, find workshops on bedtime rituals, brain research, choosing daycare, and much more. Additionally, groups are designed for 10-30 people. For more information about topics and fees, or to schedule a parent workshop, contact Nicole Masucci at 914-761-3456 x139 or [email protected]

Westchester Jewish Community Center 

Find a range of groups of those struggling with depression, anxiety, ADHD, and behavioral health issues. This includes family treatment, group therapy, and wellness programming. Find locations in Hartsdale, Mt. Vernon, Peekskill and Yonkers. Finally, programming and groups help parents develop effective coping skills, a well as improve daily functions.


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