Parent and Guardian Empowerment (PAGE)

PAGE works with youth and their families living in Fayette County. Our program strives to empower parents and guardians to gain the skills and confidence needed to guide and inspire their youth. Social workers meet with each family to assess challenges and develop a service plan with the goal of preventing future behavioral issues. PAGE aims to support program participants in reaching their highest potential and prevent youth from being involved in the juvenile justice system. Successful completion of the program helps reduce conflict with family, peers, and the community.

Referral form

PAGE brochure

PAGE Information Guide link

PAGE services

Community Case Management

Social workers connect families to resources through case management services for youth. Youth are referred by parents/guardians, community agencies and schools. Parents and youth are offered free parenting courses and support groups. This service is voluntary.

Court Case Management

Social workers provide intensive case management services for youth referred by Family Court for the status offenses of habitual truancy, habitual runaway and/or beyond the control of the parent or school. This service is court-ordered, and participation is mandatory.

Substance Use Outpatient and Case Management Services

Individual and group therapy services focused on substance use harm reduction. This service is provided by a licensed clinical social worker and a certified social worker under clinical supervision. Substance use assessments are completed from the DSM-5-TR Level 1 and 2 Cross-Cutting Symptom Measures to support clinical diagnoses, treatment planning, performance monitoring, program planning and placement recommendations for our youth and to empower their families.

Youth empowerment workshops

PAGE offers four youth workshops that provide adolescents with the skills needed to build character traits and empower them to make positive and healthy decisions. These workshops can be provided one-on-one or in a group setting. Most sessions are completed in locations that do not require transportation for the youth, such as a school setting.

Complete the registration form and email it to Kelly Justice,

Youth empowerment workshop registration form

After care services

PAGE offers all previous Youth Services clients continued aftercare and support services after they have completed their previous programming. The individual is not required to be successful in previous Youth Services programs.


  • The youth must be aged 12 – 21.
  • Seeking assistance with continued education or employment needs.

Parent/grandparent support groups

Parent and Grandparent Cafes are free get-togethers that give parents and grandparents an opportunity to discuss the challenges of raising children and grandchildren while gaining support and resources from PAGE.

Are you interested in:

  • Strengthening your family
  • Becoming more resilient
  • Building relationships with others
  • Learning about resources that will support your family
  • Have a great lunch and good company!

If so, please join us for a café.

Reservation required. Connect with us at (859) 300-5330 or

The PAGE resource guide

Parent and Guardian Empowerment has meticulously curated a resource guide aimed at connecting families with community partners capable of addressing their diverse needs and promoting stability in family functioning.

This guide serves as a valuable tool to enhance accessibility to essential services and support networks, furthering our commitment to empowering parents and guardians in navigating the challenges they may encounter.

Should you require additional information or have any inquiries regarding the resource guide, please do not hesitate to reach out to the PAGE program. We are open weekly, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

PAGE Resource Guide

Our Mission 

The services we offer are designed to strengthen family life, prevent family breakdown and facilitate the development and social functioning of young people.

Our Vision

To provide Fayette County youth under the age of 18 who are navigating their adolescent years and their families with specialized case management services.