We're glad you found us!
We understand that having concerns about your child’s behavior or mental health can be overwhelming and may leave you feeling alone. Our staff use their lived experience raising children who struggle to gather information on the top issues parents ask for help with. If these challenges are new to your family or if you’re new to the Parent Alliance check out the resources below to help get you started.
If you're not new to these challenges, feel free to check out our site which offers carefully curated resources to help families from all backgrounds managing any stage of their child's (even your adult child's) needs.
Remember, you’re not alone. Feel free to reach out to us for free one on one support.
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I want to talk with someone about my child
Schedule a Virtual Meeting
We understand that your life is busy. Schedule a virtual meeting that fits into your day and one of our trained family support partners (FSP's) who is a parent just like you, will call you at the selected time. Our services are always free for parents in Pennsylvania.
Send Us a Message
Please let us know what we can do to support you and one of our well-trained Family Support Partners (FSP's) will reach out to see what you need. If support is available in your local area we'll help you connect if not we'll work with your virtually.
Contact Us by Phone
Give our parent support line a call at either
570-664-8615. One of our trained family support partners (FSP's) will work one on one with you to provide you with the personalized support and assistance you want.
Not sure if we can help? Call us anyway and we'll point you in the right direction.
If you have children who are struggling, we're here to help!
We provide 1-on-1 support to parents and caregivers whose children (including those 18+) may be experiencing social, emotional, behavioral and/or mental health struggles, including learning and attention issues and substance use disorders.
Even if you're not sure what's going on with your child, reach out. If we can't help we'll connect you with someone who can. If you prefer to go it alone check out our helpful resources.
Our state-wide organization began when families of children with social, emotional, behavioral and learning challenges began uniting in their local communities to support one another in their efforts to access services.
Some of the families banded together to form their own family-run organizations, some worked alone, and some joined existing agencies and organizations where they were able to share the strength and wisdom that only comes from experience.
They had hopes that all families would be valued and embraced as the experts that they indeed were in knowing and understanding the needs of their loved ones. These hardworking, active, and loving caregivers led the way for what is now the vision of PA Parent and Family Alliance.