Parent Employment Workforce Development Program

Workforce Development

Our Philosophy

Child Focus Parent Education & Employment Program (PEEP) is committed to building a stronger community by promoting self-sufficiency for families and individuals by eliminating employment and education barriers.  PEEP develops your interests and goals and connects you with potential funding sources for training or skill enhancement, career information, community resources, job-search workshops and much more.

Navigators are FuturePlans Career Assessment certified through Growing Rural Independence Together (GRIT) project to maximize your job search, get your GED, high school diploma, higher education degree or credential, school scholarships and grants and connect you with local partners and employers to realize your pathway to success.

Parent Employment and Education Program (PEEP)

The Parent Employment and Education Program (PEEP) is a United Way and Temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF) funded work readiness initiative that provides guidance and resources to help parents establish and work toward their educational and professional goals. Whether someone is looking to gain employment, improve their employment situation or go back to school, the PEEP program works one-on-one with clients to lay out a plan to accomplish their goals. Navigators offer coaching and connections to resources to achieve self-sufficiency.

For additional information or to get in contact with the PEEP program, please reach out by email to, or call us at 513-528-7224, ext. 5033