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This fact sheet gives tips for creating a healthy family environment for children during the school year including structured homework time, preparing for the next school day, and encouragement for school success.
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This site-specific protocol was developed for a multi-county coalition organized for several key purposes: (a) identify and publicize scholarly research regarding the value of activities that produce safe,successful family relationships, including marriage; (b) increase the accessibility of...
The College of Human Services and Health Professions at Syracuse University provides a list of best practices for programs that provide low-income couple relationship education.
The impact of unhealthy or abusive relations between parents on the development and safety of children is discussed, and the need for child welfare workers to reinforce elements of healthy family functioning in order to minimize these risks to children and maximize the opportunity for family...
This tip sheet summarizes what is known about the couple relationships of service members after deployment and recommends ways in which safety-net service providers can offer support to them in maintaining successful couple relationships. (Author abstract)
This tip sheet focuses on ways to merge healthy marriage and relationship education into child welfare services, focusing primarily on family preservation services, rather than unsafe situations where a child is removed. (Author abstract)
This tip sheet discusses the common goals shared by the national Child Support Enforcement Program (CSE) and healthy marriage and relationship education. It also provides suggestions and resources on how to integrate relationship education into CSE services in order to facilitate the agency's...
This tip sheet introduces the Cooperative Extension System (CES) and offers practical tips on how extension specialists can help safety-net service providers in their efforts to strengthen families. (Author abstract)
This fact sheets examines how integrating healthy marriage and relationship education into services for foster and adoptive families is critical to helping families stay together so they can provide a strong base for their children's well-being. (Author abstract)
This tip sheet provides specific guidelines for healthcare providers to start and facilitate conversations with parents and children on core relationship skills such as communication, conflict resolution, parenting, and financial literacy. (Author abstract)