This article describes the creation and implementation of an ongoing parenting education initiative in Danbury, Connecticut. It includes information about community needs, coalition building, and a curriculum and process for community-based parenting programs. It describes the important role that Cooperative Extension Educators can take in providing leadership in building and maintaining coalitions that help parents, children, families, and communities.

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