PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Endless Opportunities is direct service provider for Cabarrus Partnership for Children. Over the years we have fostered community partnerships with agencies and organizations such as The Department of Human Services, Cabarrus Health Alliance, Cooperative Christian Ministries, Gate Pregnancy Center, CDSA, local childcare centers, and churches to accomplish our mission of empowering families in Cabarrus County. Please see the following program offerings below and how to registered.
Our partnership with the Department of Human services gives us an opportunity to honor youth in group home settings on their birthday by providing personalized birthday cards and a small gift.
Please visit our Celebrate You program page to donate today!
Circle of Parents
Circle of Parents is a series of mutual self-help support groups, with the purpose of giving parents the opportunity to share in each other’s challenges and successes while developing a network of support. Models teen parent support group and Queen Transformation groups are offered in our county
• Teen Parents meet weekly on Tuesdays, 5:30 - 7:00 pm. Dinner and childcare are provided
• Eligible participants of the teen parent group are ages 14 - 21 with children ages 0-5 yrs
• Incarcerated parents meet weekly on Mondays at the Cabarrus County Jail
Please click this link to sign up for Circle of Parents today!
Parents as Teachers
Parents as Teachers is provided to Cabarrus County parents with children 0 - 5 yrs. Parents as Teachers builds strong communities, thriving families and children that are healthy, safe and ready to learn by matching parents and caregivers with trained professionals who make regular personal home visits during a child’s earliest years in life, from prenatal through kindergarten.
The Parents as Teachers program has 4 components:
- Personal Visits
- Group Connections
- Resource Network
- Child Screening
Attachment Bio-Behavavioral Catch-Up (ABC)
ABC is a 10-session program that helps parents to identify and respond to their baby’s signals. Each week a parent coach will conduct a home visit and talk about different ideas related to parenting. During this time, parent-child interaction will take place to identify the positive things you as a caregiver are already doing when you respond to your child.
Families are eligible if they have an infant who is between 6 and 24 months old. The primary caregiver must participate in all 10 ABC sessions, and other caregivers and children are encouraged to attend as well.
Please click this link to sign up for Attachment Bio-Behavioral Catch-Up (ABC) today!
We provide community support to individuals and families in our community, please inquire by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 704.626.2628. For information regarding specific services, please type your zip code in the search bar below and you will gain access to services in your area.