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Assistance to Refugee Couples (ARC)
http://www.bpsos.org
www.machsongmedia.com   
Boat People SOS, Inc.
6066 Leesburg Pike, Suite 100
Falls Church, VA 22041
BPSOS has adapted the PREP curriculum to Vietnamese culture, and translated it. Assistance to Refugee Couples (ARC) provides marriage enrichment and family wellness services in hopes that Vietnamese couples will become equipped and receive assistance to better manage their marriages and families in healthy ways.

A Center For Relationships
http://ac4r.com/
316 Commerce Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-549-9554
The Center offers seminars, workshops and classes on relationship skills, personality styles, emotional healing, as well as individual, couples, family, stepfamily and child therapy.

The Family Education Center (FEC)
http://www.familyeducationcenter.net/
P.O. Box 15596
Richmond, VA 23227-5596
804-261-7979
The husband and wife team of David Hulburt and Sherry Finneran founded the Family Education Center (FEC) in 1975, to help individuals, families, and organizations develop and practice the skills necessary to build and nourish their relationships. Dave and Sherry practice what they teach about marriage and family. They approach the business of family education with the same techniques and skills that they apply to their own marriage and family. They were married in 1975, the same year they established FEC, and have continued as Co-Directors of both since that time.

First Things First of Greater Richmond
www.firstthingsrichmond.org
5200 Grove Avenue
Richmond, VA 23226
804-288-3431
Tania Peterson or Bob Ruthazer, CFLE
info@firstthingsrichmond.org
First Things First is a community non-profit dedicated to strengthening families for a better community. We offer research proven programs like: PREPARE-ENRICH certification and mentor training, PREP, Christian-PREP, Boot Camp for New Dads, Within My Reach, Relationship Smarts, Choose Respect, Safe Dates, Boot Camp for New Dads, 24/7 Dad, Inside-Out Dad, When Baby Makes Three and more. We collaborate extensively and have a broad Marriage Coalition of fait based, government and business partners.

Hope Couples Project
www.hopecouples.com
Regent University
1000 Regent U Drive, CRB 161
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
757-352-4896
This project offers free/low cost couples counseling using the Hope-focused strategic approach to couples counseling. The intervention can be religious if desired. Community speakers, outreach events, marriage seminars and certification/continuing education in the Hope approach for counselors and ministers are also available to the Hampton Roads community. The Hope approach has over a decade of University-based empirical outcome research supporting its efficacy and has been independently evaluated as one of four empirically-supported approaches to couples enrichment. Most couples would be accepted in the project with special current research involving military marriages, Hope for parents, couples with mild domestic violence and African-American couples.

The Marriage Alliance of Central Virginia
http://marriagealliance.org/
21129 Timberlake Road
Lynchburg, VA 24502
434-455-2117
MACV is an independent, faith-based nonprofit organization that provides resources and training for building healthy marriages and families. Services include marriage workshops and retreats, premarital preparation, and relationship skills training for youth and adults. We also assist faith organizations, schools, counselors, public and nonprofit agencies and businesses to develop marriage and family-friendly programs and ministries.

PAIRS Pre-Marital Workshop
http://www.pairsvirginia.com/
Reston, VA
703-476-5644
For over 25 years, this internationally acclaimed program has taught those really important skills we never learned in school: how to create and sustain happy, passionate, long-lasting marriages. PAIRS’ classroom approach includes dynamic, humorous, eye-opening interactive exercises and interesting concepts. Participants are enthused and enjoy workshops that provide them effective skills they can use daily with all their close relationships. PAIRS’ learning-by-doing approach accelerates positive change

Refugee Healthy Marriage Program
US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
Office of Refugee Resettlement

http://www.refugees.org/our-work/refugee-resettlement/
2231 Crystal Drive, Suite 350
Arlington, VA 22202-3711
703-310-1130
uscri@uscridc.org
Helping refugees rebuild their lives, overcome past trauma, strengthen their families, and build new relationships is an important part of USCRI's refugee resettlement program.


To have your program or organization considered for addition to the list, send an e-mail to info@healthymarriageinfo.org.