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Effective January 4th, Inspira Health facilities are implementing mandatory masking due to increases in respiratory virus positivity rates throughout the area.
The goal of the Parent Linking Program is to guide, educate and support young mothers and fathers as they navigate the challenges of parenthood.
The Parent Linking Program is a New Jersey Department of Children and Families initiative. It is a collaboration between Inspira Health and the Vineland Board of Education with support from Prevent Child Abuse. This free program includes full-day childcare, transportation, parenting classes, case management and referrals to other community agencies.
The Parent Linking Program’s educational curriculum is based on the Partnering with Teen Parents (PWTP) and Safe Dates methods.
Students attend IMPACT for 1-2 periods a day, and Vineland High School for the remainder of the day. Students in this program earn 5-10 high school credits for participation.
Students attend Vineland High School full time and participate in once weekly parenting classes with their PLP case manager.
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