Exchange Center for Family Unity | Child Abuse Prevention Owatonna

209 W. Bridge Street | Owatonna, MN 55060

Serving Dodge, Freeborn, Rice, Steele, and Waseca counties, MN

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Parenting skills and education

Our team partners with families to help improve parental abilities. Through parenting education, we address the conflicts that arise from stressful parenting situations and divorce.  

We teach co-parenting skills, reunification, and relationship building.

If you are feeling stressed about your parenting, we are here to help provide that additional support you need. We do not charge a fee for this service.

We have been providing parent mentoring services since 1984. Call us for a consultation today!


Learn the Skill of Efficient Parenting From Professionals

Our Parent Mentors at the Exchange Center for Family Unity of Owatonna, MN will come to your home, set goals, determine needs, and help you to be the best parent you can be. This involves teaching Parenting Skills and Positive Discipline Techniques as well as addressing Anger Management Concerns, Healthy Relationships, and Financial Roadblocks .

We assist in providing parenting skills along with parental anger management in a family setting.

Family violence and anger issues

We accept Self-Referrals as well as referrals from agencies that we work closely with.

We address issues of family violence and the manner in which it affects both children and adults. Our staff helps families learn how to identify and deal with family violence, along with providing a protected venue for child visitations. We provide assistance for anger issues while exploring alternative problem-solving skills, communication skills, the causes of anger, and reactions to anger as well as its after-effects.

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Warning signs of troubled parenting

  • Guilty feelings about how you treat your child

  • Doubt, confusion, or anxiety about your parenting skills

  • Recurring arguments or violence within your family

  • Alcohol or drug abuse problems within the family, and more