Couples

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Married?  Engaged?  Seriously dating?  

The health and wellbeing of your marriage is what you make it.  You have the power to turn your relationship from good to great, or from bad to better.  Gaining knowledge, relationship skills, and practical insights can transform just about any relationship.

Here’s seven ways you can get involved!

  1. Attend a Relationship or Marriage Education class near you and let your family and friends know about the impact the class had on your relationship!
  2. Submit a testimony or thank you letter to your Relationship or Marriage Education facilitator.
  3. Receive training to become a volunteer or facilitator for Relationship or Marriage Education.
  4. Volunteer with your facilitator to coach in future classes.
  5. Conduct Relationship or Marriage Education classes (once you’ve been trained) in your community. 
  6. Like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter.
  7. Share our blogs with your friends on facebook, or retweet us on twitter.

 

"Finally, preliminary research shows that marriage education workshops can make a real difference in helping married couples stay together and in encouraging unmarried couples who are living together to form a more lasting bond. Expanding access to such services to low income couples, perhaps in concert with job training and placement, medical coverage, and other services already available, should be something everybody can agree on..."
Barack Obama, Audacity of Hope, 2006, p.334

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Partial funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: 90FE0104. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.