Parenting—the most difficult and rewarding job anyone can have

In every kind of family, from every kind of background, each and every parent deserves support. Hand in Hand Parenting helps all parents learn how to reduce the stress of parenting and create the warm, cooperative family atmosphere they want to share with their children.


When there is a need, a scholarship can allow you to attain your parenting goals, get support, and succeed to your fullest ability. In addition, scholarships can enable those just beginning to practice professionally or who work with underserved populations to take advantage of opportunities for continuing professional development.

“I’m really grateful that I had the opportunity to be here.
My son… totally turned around just by
giving him some attention.
Last week he actually
became Star Student of the Month!”

Project ABC Parent

Scholarship Levels

  • 100% discount — Unemployed household on some government assistance appropriate to the country of residence
  • 75% discount — Household income under $30,000
  • 50% discount — Household income from $30,000 to $40,000
  • 25% discount — Household income from $40,000 to $50,000


Scholarships are awarded on an as-needed and as-available basis. All scholarships are valid for one year. Scholarships are issued to households with children (under the age of 18) in the home or to parents living separately from their children.

Parent Rescue Tools

  • Online classes
  • Booklets (complete sets only, scholarship does not cover shipping costs. Digital format does not incur shipping costs.)

Hand in Hand will accept self-reported income statements for scholarships from 25%-75%.  For full scholarships, applicants must provide proof of state or federal assistance within the last 60 days.

Work With An Expert

  • Instructor supported or in-person classes (limited to one class per year)
  • Workshops
  • Retreat (space limited)

Scholarships from 25%-75% require proof of income from a pay stub from the last 90 days. To obtain a full scholarship for the following programs and services, applicants must provide proof of state or federal assistance within the last 60 days.

At this time there is no scholarship support for parent-to-parent consulting. To inquire about scholarship support for the Instructor Certification Program, please contact Velma Gentzsch, Administrative Director at

Application Process

Applicants please complete the form at the link below.  Email any documentation requested to with ‘Scholarship Request Documentation’ in the subject line. Include your name [using the same name on the online form], telephone number, and the best times to reach you in the body of the email. Applications will be processed one time per month and recipients notified via email.

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