Data and Evaluation Manager
Imagination Library of Elmore Coordinator
Cooperative Parenting and Divorce Mediation Coordinator
AL PTI NCD Technology and Media Coordinator
AL PTI NCD Outreach Coordinator
AL PTI NCD Training Coordinator
Coosa Family Engagement Specialist
ALPIRC serves parents in every county of Alabama providing training, information and support to parents of children in low performing schools and annual regional Parent Leadership training. - More -
The APLE Academy consists of one orientation session and five one day sessions over the course of one academic year.
Participants are teams of parents and teachers who will enhance their skills so they may help others become true partners in the
education of their children. Every participant works with their school community to create a leadership
project. - More -
AL PTI NCD is a statewide project providing training and information to
parents of special needs students. We train Parent Leaders across the state to work with other parents to improve the educational outcome of disabled students. - More -
PACE provides programming to assist adult learners who are committed to improving their academic and life skills, including adults
preparing for their GED. This program operates in conjunction with other family serving agencies to provide services. - More -
CCPY is a joint project of the APEC, Coosa County Public Schools, Cheaha Mental Health Center and the Alabama Department of Mental Health/Mental Retardation. CCPY's goal is to improve the existing system for the delivery of mental health services to children attending public schools. - More -
The APEC's Fatherhood Initiative Program, generously funded by the Children's Trust Fund of Alabama, was designed to reduce childhood abuse and neglect by encouraging the increased involvement of fathers. - More -
The Alabama Parent Education Center (APEC) is a non-profit 501c3, organized in 2002 by Alabama parents, educators, and professionals serving families. APEC provides services and supports to assist families particularly those underserved including minority, low-income, and those with children with disabilities.
APEC provides parents with training, information, and support to help them become meaningful participants in their children's education and lives.
We believe that parents have the greatest impact on their children's lives. APEC provides families with the training, information and support they need to help them ensure that their children become productive, well-educated citizens.
Our agency is financially responsible and our annual 990 may be viewed at www.guidestar.org.
If you are interested in supporting our program in any way, read more on our Donate page.
Help APEC to help Alabama families:
Special Thanks to Our Donors and Sponsors
Bailey and Poague LLC in honor of Maura Culberson
Craig and Gloria Butler
Weogufka First Baptist Church
Information Transport Solutions Inc.
BB&T Elmore County
Blue Ridge Mountain Water
Jennifer Pursifull Hall