The Cradles Project
The Cradles Project provides community-based intervention outreach services and evidenced-based education to parents with a child/children up to six years old and to expectant parents to decrease the impact of substance use in Houston and surrounding counties. The program is designed to increase access to community resources and decrease effects of substance use within the family.
The Cradles Project offers telehealth, on-site, and community-based services that include substance abuse and parenting education, support and encouragement, case management, healthy bonding activities, and classes to build coping skills for managing past trauma. The Cradles Project is supported by a grant from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHSC) Parenting Awareness and Drug Risk Education Services (PADRES) Program.