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Helpful Websites

One Tough Job

The One Tough Job campaign and website are sponsored by the Massachusetts Children’s Trust Fund. Since 1988, the Children’s Trust Fund has been working to protect children, support parents and strengthen families. All parents want the best for their children and all parents need and deserve support, skills and information to be the best parents they can be. One Tough Job aims to support parents through programs and information to help them be the best parents they can be.

Family Education

Designed for parents who are involved, committed, and responsive to their families’ needs. Parents find practical guidance, grade-specific information about their children’s school experience, strategies to get involved with their children’s learning, free email newsletters, and fun and entertaining family activities. FamilyEducation brings together leading organizations from both the public and private sectors to help parents, teachers, schools, and community organizations use online tools and other media resources to positively affect children’s education and overall development.

Kids Health

Kids Health offers information about kids and teens that’s free of “doctor speak,” about health, behavior, and development from before birth through the teen years. KidsHealth also provides families with perspective, advice, and comfort about a wide range of physical, emotional, and behavioral issues that affect children and teens.

Life Skills Training

Evidence-based Prevention Programs for Schools, Families, and Communities. The Botvin LifeSkills Training Programs are based on the highly effective and top-rated evidence-based LifeSkills Training approach developed by Dr. Gilbert J. Botvin. They are designed to build confidence and skills necessary to successfully handle challenging situations through all stages of life.

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