The Mission of the UH Parent Education Project is to enhance the lives of at-risk children and families in the Greater Houston area. Our approaches to this have changed over the 30+ years that we have been in operation.
We are a totally grant-funded Project and a component of UH Learning & Assessment Services. Our offices are located in the Student Services Center 1 on campus, but much of our work is done out in the community.
The UH Parent Education Project offers the following services, free of charge, to families in the Greater Houston Area.
- Families CAN – a parent case management program that provides case management or other services to 300+ families a year who are raising a child with a special health care need.
- Family Based Alternatives Project – a specialized program that strives to work with birth parents or guardians to successfully coordinate the movement of children in institutions to long-term placements with either their own or a support family.
For more information, contact:
Parent Education Project
University of Houston
301 Student Service Center 1
Houston, TX 77204-3025
Office: (713) 743-5491
Fax: (713) 743-5383