Elevate - Taking Your Relationship to the Next Level

Military Couples

Are you or your partner a member of the military? Veterans? Civilians employed on a military installation?

Military connected families aren't immune to the challenges that all couples face. But they do experience additional and unique challenges of military life which can complicate their relationships. Our program offers military connected and veteran couples relationship-building skills and strategies to elevate your relationship with each other.

I have gained some insight into better ways I can communicate with my wife and show her in better ways how much I value our relationship.

Elevate participant

Choose a Format That Works for You

  • In-person workshops available in select counties across Georgia
  • Or, participate from the comfort of your own home with our virtual workshops.
  • Both options include 12 hours of guided activities, lively discussions, and lots of time to connect with each other.
  • Both partners must participate
  • Our passionate trained facilitators can't wait to meet you!

What Couples Receive

  • Eight, 90-minute sessions of fun, for free!
  • Learn the seven core skills and qualities for relationship success.
  • Opportunity to connect with and learn from other couples.
  • Your relationship is elevated to the next level!

It “Pays” to Elevate your Relationship

  • The more classes you both attend, the more you receive.
  • Up to $160 e-gift card per couple for completing all 8 sessions.
  • Up to $95 in e-gift cards for each partner who participates in the research.

Want Economic Stability?

Economic instability is a source of stress for many couples. Couples who complete Elevate also have an opportunity to participate in our free Discovering Money Solutions program, which teaches skills to build and manage financial resources effectively. This can help families make progress toward lasting economic stability-which can reduce couple conflict in the home. Ask us for more information during the registration process.


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