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Project F.R.E.E.

Project F.R.E.E. (Fostering Relationships and Economic Enrichment) is a collaboration between the University of Georgia Extension System and community partners across Georgia.  Our aim is to create communities where children are safe and thrive. To do this, our campus-community partnership initiative is mobilizing a network of organizations who connect, learn and collaborate to integrate healthy marriage and relationship education into existing community-based services across Georgia.

Building on our strong UGA Extension county-based delivery system and our established network of community-based partnerships, Project F.R.E.E. is able to support couples in committed relationships (both unmarried and married) who are experiencing economic stress and are relationally vulnerable in order to enhance couple functioning, co-parenting and parenting quality, family stability, and adult and child well-being.

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