A campus-community partnership to integrate healthy marriage and relationship education into family and children services
Faculty from the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, School of Social Work, and the College of Education are working together to improve family functioning and stability.
Through a vast partnership, we are integrating comprehensive services designed to strengthen couple and co-parenting relationships as well as promote economic stability and mobility.
New financial literacy program aims to bolster families December 9th, 2016
Inaugural retreat for foster caregivers launched September 16, 2016
HMRE project referenced in 2016 State of the University address January 20, 2016
We aim to promote the safety and well-being of youth and families in the child welfare system by improving family functioning, increasing economic stability, and creating positive and stable homes. Learn more.
During this five-year project, we will incorporate multiple community-centered strategies to engage nearly 1,500 families across northeast Georgia. Learn more.
We are providing evidence-informed programs and services that enhance healthy couple and co-parenting relationships and financial capability. Learn more.