Thrive has announced that it is beginning the search for a new director. Executive Director, Deborah Neuman, plans to retire in the summer of 2015 after 28 years at Thrive. Read the press release here. Read the Bozeman Daily Chronicle article here.
Dynamite Dads October 15, 2014 from 5:30 – 7:00pm Rocky Creek Farms 34297 Frontage Road Bozeman, 59715 Join Thrive and Rocky Creek Farms for an evening of excitement while on a hayride to the pumpkin patch! There are also straw forts, petting zoo and a corn maze to enjoy!This event is free and dinner is […]
Written by Blogger and CAP Mentor extraordinaire Anna Minka… Soul Food for the Resume One great way to boost your resume is to volunteer and show that you have an investment in your community. One of my good friends took a position with the Bozeman nonprofit, Thrive, that works with parents and children in the […]
Thrive is a local not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting children – the core of our community. Thrive programs nurture a child from birth and beyond by offering healthy growth opportunities at home, in school, and in life. Thrive professional staff members engage the unique strengths of individuals to influence a child, resulting in strong families, […]
How to Support Your Grieving Teen Child 1. Grief is a natural reaction to death and other losses. However, grieving does not feel natural because it may be difficult to control the emotions, thoughts, or physical feelings associated with a death. The sense of being out of control that is often a part of grief […]
My husband and I are the type of parents who would much rather be the ones to talk to our children about certain issues rather than having them learn from other sources. however I am not sure what all to share at this age . He is our oldest and our youngest is 5. I […]
At Thrive we offer a number of programs for families with young children. We offer playgroups, gym day, parenting classes and special events. One of the programs that we provide that many families are unaware of is the Parents as Teachers home visiting program. Parents as Teachers (PAT) is a monthly home visiting parent education […]
We are excited to announce that the research article on our locally grown CAP Program of Thrive has been published in the School Community Journal. The School Community Journal is a refereed journal that includes research and field reports related to the school as a community of teachers, students, parents, and staff. Check out the article […]