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Safety-Net Services

All families need social and emotional stability before they can get on solid economic footing. Safety-net service providers are crucial to helping individuals and families move beyond poverty to achieve self-sufficiency.

Visit our Success Stories page
for examples of stakeholders who have successfully integrated healthy relationship education.

We support integrating healthy marriage and relationship skills into existing service delivery systems as part of a comprehensive, culturally appropriate, family-centered approach to achieving self-sufficiency.

Examples of safety-net service providers include:
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Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Child support enforcement

Child support enforcement

Head Start

Head Start


Child Welfare


Workforce Development


Medical and Mental Health Services

Learn more about healthy marriage and relationship education and strategies for integrating relationship skills into your agency’s current service offerings.

Visit these pages to learn more about different types of safety-net services and to find out how you can integrate healthy marriage and relationship education into your existing services.