Children In The Middle Classes in Iowa
What is Children In The Middle?
Children In The Middle is a class that provides education and affirmation for parents of children facing a change in their living arrangements.
The Children In The Middle program is the only Divorce Education Program to earn the Model Program rating from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration.
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Monthly Class Calendar
Why attend a Children In The Middle class?
“Mandatory Education for Divorcing Parents
Iowa law requires that parties to any action which involves the issues of child custody or visitation must attend a court-approved course about the affects of divorce on children. In all judicial districts, there are courses such as “Children in the Middle or Children Cope with Divorce. These classes are designed to help minimize the negative impact of divorce on children and educate parents about the needs of children whose parents are divorcing.
Parents are required to attend within forty-five days of the service of original notice or application for modification of an order.” *
* Quoted from Iowa Judicial Website
Family Development AssociatesOffers Children In The Middle Classes in several Iowa locations.**
** Approved by Iowa Judicial Branch
Family Development Associates accepts Cash or Check payments. Sorry, we Do Not accept Credit/Debit card payments.
Attendees paying in Cash will receive their certificate upon completion of the class. If paying by Check, the certificate will be mailed 10-14 days after completion of the class.