SAFE believes that better parenting skills and increased awareness are needed in order to raise a strong, drug-free, next generation. Therefore, SAFE:

  • Has launched a series of parent programs that take place in private homes with small intimate groups of adults who seek to better their parenting skills. SAFE brings in qualified therapists and sought-after presenters to address these groups.
  • Brings in world-renowned speakers to address large assemblies of people on vital parenting issues a few times a year.
  • Creates approximately two original parenting articles a month.  These are distributed to parents of schools who participate in the Project SAFE School Program, are published in local community magazines, are sent out via email blasts to thousands.
  • Posts on our social media sites a variety of parenting tips and articles.

If you would like to attend a parenting group or to host a parenting group in your home, call Ariel Cohen, Director of Parent Programs at 866-569-7233 x 349 or email him at ariel@thesafefoundation.org. 

On December First, 2016 Chedvi Perr, LCSW, SAFE Teacher and private practitioner gave a class at an intimate gathering in the home of Linda and Steven Sasson. The topic was communication with your child. Said one attendee, “I learned things that I can use when I communicate with anyone! I found it to be very educational and helpful.”

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Chedvi Perr

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David Kohn, LCSW, CASAC and author Slovie Wolff address parents at a parenting event.

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Slovie Wolff instructs parents how to set limits with their children.

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Flyer for Internet Safety Awareness Event.

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NBC’s Chris Hansen explaining the real dangers on the internet.

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Parents ask Chris Hansen and Alex Paskie of TAG questions about keeping kids internet-safe.

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A SAFE ad on Instagram reminding parents to focus on what is most important.

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Robin Shaoul, LCSW addressing parents at a Parenting Program.

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SAFE Ad reminding parents to add the warmth.

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A Parent Email advising how to make a child’s back-at-school experience a less anxious one.