Part One: 10 Great Dates. Date One: Celebrating the Empty Nest. Date Two: Becoming a Couple Again. Date Three: Rediscovering “”Intimate Talk””. Date Four: Clearing the Air. Date Five: Rocking the Roles. Date Six: Discovering the Second Spring of Love. Date Seven: Loving Your Family Tree. Date Eight: Growing Together Spiritually. Date Nine: Investing in […]
This PowerPoint presentation was used during the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center Webinar Training held on January 23, 2008, and designed to assist grantees with a better understanding of how to apply federal rules entitled “”Equal Treatment for Faith-Based Organizations,”” with a particular emphasis on the standard for determining whether curricula contains inherently religious activities. […]
Getting the most out of marriage and family skill building classes requires more than a good curriculum. Having an effective facilitator is the key to a successful program. A good facilitator is the leader of the class, is invested in the outcomes and the mission of the class, and is knowledgeable about process and course […]
This tip sheet will provide guidance on 1) what you need to know before making the first contact with potential partner referral organizations; 2) how to pique their interest in your healthy marriage (HM) programs; 3) how to approach potential partner referral organizations; 4) what to communicate to them about your HM program.
This curriculum guide is designed to help organizations choose a marriage curriculum when planning to provide marriage education services in the community. It begins by listing questions to consider when selecting the most appropriate curriculum for a specific audience, and then offers an assessment guide to help practitioners systematically analyze a curriculum or compare curricula. […]