Parent to Parent (P2P)

Peer Mentoring For Families of Children with Developmental Disabilities


SEEC’s Parent to Parent (P2P) program is a free and confidential service designed to connect Montgomery County parents and caregivers of children with special needs (age birth to 21) with trained volunteer mentors who have experience raising children with disabilities. It is based on the philosophy that peer support from veteran families is often the most helpful way to provide emotional support and practical information to parents in need. The P2P program connects parents on a one-to-one basis where contact may be made by phone, face-to-face, or via email.


Meet Parent to Parent Coordinator Donné Settles Allen

Donné Settles Allen is mom to three kids and is well connected to a variety of disability resources in Montgomery County.




In addition to one-to-one mentoring, P2P also hosts a series of fun family events, presentations/workshops, and training sessions. Click on the events button to learn about upcoming events.





If you are interested in being matched with a mentor, please click on the intake form button and provide all of the requested information. The form will be sent to the program coordinator, who will then follow up directly with you. If you would like to become a parent mentor, please contact Donné Allen.





SEEC’s P2P program is a proud Community Partner with P2PUSA, a national network of
Parent to Parent programs located across the country.


Click on the P2PUSA logo for more information about the network.