CICC's Los Ninos Bien Educados (LNBE)

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About This Program

Target Population: For parents of Latino descent who are raising children in the United States, both Spanish and English speakers

For parents/caregivers of children ages: 2 – 12

Brief Description

The Center for the Improvement of Child Caring’s (CICC) LNBE program is a parenting skill-building program created specifically for parents of Latino American children. It is designed as a 12-session program to be used with small groups of parents, and as a one-day seminar for large numbers of parents.

Program Goals:

The goals of CICC's Los Ninos Bien Educados are:

  • Prevent and treat child abuse
  • Promote pride in cultural heritage regarding child rearing
  • Recognize and better manage cultural and generational contributors to parent-child conflicts
  • Prevent and treat child behavior disorders
  • Reduce parental stress
  • Reduce parental contributors to child substance abuse
  • Improve child school performance
  • Cope better with the effects of racism and prejudice
  • Teach tolerance
  • Strengthen family cohesion

Contact Information

Kerby Alvy, PhD
Agency/Affiliation: Center for the Improvement of Child Caring
Phone: (818) 358-4858

Date Research Evidence Last Reviewed by CEBC: February 2015

Last CEBC Contact Date: October 2017

Date Program Content Last Reviewed by Program Staff: October 2017

Date Program Originally Loaded onto CEBC: January 2008