Parent Resources

Studies show parents are the biggest influencers of their child’s decision making.


The Weller Center provides workshops for parents and caregivers to ensure that they, too, have the tools to help guide their children safely into adulthood. Popular topics are listed below. We can also customize a workshop to meet your needs.
  • Cyber-bullying/Internet safety
  • Adolescent depression awareness
  • Dating violence prevention and awareness
  • Puberty and reproduction: how to have “the talk”
  • Commonly abused drugs/recognizing and addressing addictive behaviors
  • Kids and stress

In the Workplace

Presented in the “Lunch & Learn” format or as informational talks, these single or multi-session meetings are designed to increase community knowledge about different areas of health, and can cover several subjects or concentrate on a particular concern.
For more information, please call (610) 841-4494, ext. 11 or email

Parent Videos

Just Talk Video Series

Family Tool Kits

Download your copy of our Youth Programs' Family Tool Kits, available in PDF format.

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The Weller Health Education Center is proud to partner with KidsPeace,, and to provide resources and referrals to all children participating in our mental health, substance abuse and healthy relationship programs.

KidsPeace is a private charity dedicated to serving the behavioral and mental health needs of children, families and communities. For more information on the organization, visit

TeenCentral.Net is a safe, free and totally anonymous site that offers help when teens need it most. If a teen has a problem, question, difficult situation or just wants to vent, they can write their “story” and there will be an answer from a trained counselor waiting for them within 24 hours. For more information, visit

ParentCentral.Net is a special place where you as a parent can communicate with counselors and other parenting professionals about your concerns and questions and receive answers within 24 hours. For more information visit

Additional Resources by Category

Mental Health

Harvard University Center on the Developing Child

Resources by Geography

Healthy Relationships/Bullying

Substance Abuse

Nutrition & Fitness

School Violence & Terrorism