Park Slope Parents (PSP) is a community of 7000+ families in Brooklyn, NY. Celebrating its 18th anniversary in 2020, its members have shared advice on everything from choosing childcare to camps, hairdressers to healthcare, and coping with teething, terrible twos, and tweens.

With over 75 different online groups, PSP is stronger than ever. In addition to the popular Advice, Classifieds, and Career Networking groups, PSP has grown to include more intimate settings such as:

Park Slope Parents provides:

PSP is instrumental to the Brooklyn community and has been featured in the NY Times, NPR, New York Magazine, Wall Street Journal, and other media. View all of our press links here.

 

Other useful links:

  • Our Story -  Information about our history, moderators, stories written about Park Slope Parents, and more. 
  • Advertise with Us -  The Park Slope Parents website is advertiser supported.
  • Get Help  -  Information, FAQs, and guidelines to help you navigate both our site and our Yahoo! Groups.
  • Contact Us - Drop us a line to ask questions, give us feedback, or otherwise say howdy!
  • Join PSP - Discover the many benefits of membership, including:
    • Access to our large community groups, including lists dedicated to Advice, Classified Ads, and Career Networking.
    • Specialty Groups for online and in-person gatherings with people who share your interests, plus our Pregnancy and Baby Groups, which have helped new parents embark on the journey of parenthood for more than a decade.
    • Discounts for hundreds of local businesses (explore the full list here).
  • How to join:
    • Step one: Submit an application HERE. We'll respond quickly—usually within 24 hours.
    • Step two: Once your membership is approved, you’ll receive instructions for paying your membership fee.
    • Step three: Sign up for the groups you’d like to participate in.
  • Already a member and looking for our groups? 

 

Wondering What Park Slope Parents Is All About?

Check out the We Are PSP video for a crash course on our community. All we're missing is YOU!

Who's Who at Park Slope Parents

There are a lot of people who keep Park Slope Parents working smoothly. Meet the team here! 

Park Slope Parents' Founder, Susan Fox

Introducing Susan Fox, founder of Park Slope Parents!

History

A look at our history since our beginning in July 2002.

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