Child Impact Program

ABOUT THE CHILD IMPACT PROGRAM

The Child Impact Program is a 4-hour, court-ordered seminar designed to help parents understand the impact that divorce, separation and custody issues have on children. CIP classes provide parents with strategies, suggestions and tools they can use to help their children cope with the stress and confusion they experience when families are dealing with divorce, separation, and parental rights and responsibilities issues.

All parents involved in a divorce, or legal actions involving parental rights and responsibilities and child support, who have children under the age of 18, are required by law to complete the CIP seminar within 45 days of the date the respondent was served with the petition. Failure to attend will result in court-ordered sanctions which can include fines and/or being held in contempt and sentenced to jail.

Sources:
 https://www.nhcbha.org/cf/childrenfirst.cfm
 https://www.courts.state.nh.us/forms/nhjb-2068-f.pdf
 http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/xliii/458-D/458-D-mrg.htm

PROGRAM COST

The cost for the entire 4-hour class is $85 per person. Classes are filled on a first-come/first-served basis, subject to availability, and are limited to 20 participants. If you register for a class but do not attend, your class fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.

REDUCED/WAIVED FEE OPTION

To learn more about obtaining a needs-based fee reduction or waiver for the CIP seminar, please call (603) 516-9624.

Community Partners offers the 4-hour Child Impact Program seminar throughout the year, twice each month (except July), on Saturday, from 9am to 1pm, at our 25 Old Dover Road office in Rochester.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR ONE OF THE Child Impact Program SEMINARS LISTED BELOW.

Saturday, October 7 | 9am – 1pm | (one 4-hour session)

Saturday, October 21 | 9am – 1pm | (one 4-hour session)

Saturday, November 4 | 9am – 1pm | (one 4-hour session)

Saturday, November 18 | 9am – 1pm | (one 4-hour session)

Saturday, December 2 | 9am – 1pm | (one 4-hour session)

Saturday, December 16 | 9am – 1pm | (one 4-hour session)