Monthly Archives: June 2020

The Parent & Child Emotional Survival Toolkit


As part of the Center for the Improvement of Child Caring’s efforts to assist parents and families during the coronavirus, CICC is herein connecting you to an extraordinary resource called The Parent & Child Emotional Survival Toolkit

The EQuip Our Kids! Survival Kit consists of some of the best and mostly free and enjoyable resources online.

It includes videos, games, apps and written guides.

They are for both parents and for children. Their purpose is to help deal with emotional and psychological reactions to home confinement, money struggles and fears of the future.

Many are geared to the specific ages of the children, from infancy through the teenage years. They are from many different credible organizations and have been reviewed and approved by child development and parenting experts.

To obtain The Parent & Child Emotional Survival Toolkit, click HERE.

A Virtual Effective Black Parenting Instructor Training Workshop – August 17-21, 2020

The Center for the Improvement of Child Caring (CICC) is proud to announce that it is offering, on the week of August 17-21, 2020, a Virtual Workshop to prepare people to deliver classes in its Effective Black Parenting Program.

This Workshop will use the newly Updated Version of this National Training Model Skill-Building Program.

The 5-Day Workshop is co-sponsored by the D.C. Children’s Trust Fund.

To Register for this Workshop, click HERE

1) ENROLLMENT FEE: $1,795.00 per person (which includes the updated Complete Instructor’s Kit that is valued at $485.00)

2) WHAT YOU GET: 5 Days of Professional Training, a recently updated Complete Instructor’s Kit that contains the materials needed to run Classes, and Certification to conduct Classes.

3) WORKSHOP LEADER: Ruth M. Rich, M.A. (who has conducted numerous Parenting Classes and Instructor Workshops)

4) TIME COMMITMENT: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Eastern Time (Monday-Friday)

By completing this Workshop, you will be joining over 5,000 colleagues in 40 States and the District of Columbia who have been similarly trained over the last 4 decades.

CICC’s Effective Black Parenting Program has won numerous awards, and is considered to be an Evidence-Based National Model. The Program now has its own website where you can learn about its history, what it teaches and its impact on parents and children. The program website can be reached by clicking HERE

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CICC’s founder and director, Dr. Kerby T. Alvy receiving congratulations from President Clinton for CICC’s Effective Black Parenting Program.

To obtain Instructional Materials for CICC’s Effective Black Parenting Program, independent of enrolling in the Workshop, Click HERE

“Get Home Safely” Rules When Encountering Police & Dr. Alvy on ABC7 TV Re: FREE Parenting Guides

Because encounters with police have brought police brutality and racism as their own Viruses, CICC is republishing practical Rules for Getting Home Safely. These rules are designed to insure that children and youth and anyone else who is stopped by police “get home safely.”

In addition to the English version, CICC also has a Spanish version, Llegar A Casa Seguro.

The 10 rules were initially developed by the Children’s Defense Fund.

Here they are:

Llegar A Casa Seguro

Get Home Safely Rules

We urge you to make extensive use of these safety rules.

While this social pandemic is plaguing our world, Dr. Alvy appeared on ABC7 Eyewitness News to remind parents how to obtain Free Parenting Guidebooks to help them in relating to their children. Click HERE to see the interview and get directions to receive these practical Guidebooks. These Guidebooks are: