We help youth and adults develop healthy couple relationships.
The prosperity of families and communities can be strongly influenced by the health and stability of marriages. Furthermore, the welfare of Georgia’s children can be greatly enhanced when their parents develop healthy relationship skills that result in healthy and stable families.
UGA Cooperative Extension is collaborating with community and state partners to offer programs and resources to help individuals and couples develop the skills needed to form and sustain healthy relationships.
The skills needed to develop and maintain a healthy and stable marriage can be learned!
Want to help couples learn principles and skills to build and maintain healthy and stable relationships?
Looking for ways to strengthen your relationship? Whether you just started dating or have been married for a while, we can always use some guidance in developing and maintaining a healthy and satisfying relationship.
How we think about and act in adult relationships develops early on as children. Adolescents are interested in relationships and want to know more about them.
The wedding is just one day, but the marriage is expected to last a lifetime. So why do so many couples put more time into planning their wedding than they do preparing for their marriage?
Did you know that relationship skills can be taught? (It's not therapy!) UGA Extension is preparing professionals across Georgia to teach relationship education to youth and adults.
Are you a professional looking for resources to help you support youth and adults in developing and maintaining healthy couple relationships?
Connecting Research and Practice
The Couple and Relationship Enrichment (CARE) Lab team, Directed by Dr. Ted Futris in the Department of Human Development and Family Science, is conducting applied research to inform program development and evaluate program impact.