Category: Family


Mens Health Network

Men's Health Network (MHN) is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to reach men, boys, and their families where they live, work, play, and pray with health awareness and disease prevention messages and tools, screening programs, educational materials, advocacy opportunities, and patient navigation.  (Read More...)
BC Council For Families

The BC Council for Families is a non-profit organization that develops programs, workshops resources and services to support diverse families and advocates for public policy change to improve the lives of families throughout BC. The Council offers training for family service professionals to assist families in increasing their confidence and preventing problems before they start with the following programs: Nobody's Perfect Parenting, My Tween and Me, Parent-Child Mother Goose, Alliance of Professionals Serving Young Parents, Home Visitor Initiative and Fathering workshops.  (Read More...)
Single Parent Advocate

Single Parent Advocate, a local 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization providing resource connection, growth-based training, and support for single parent families, based in Dallas Texas and the surrounding areas. Additionally Single Parent Advocate corresponds with families from all over the United States and consults non-profits, churches, businesses on how to build a program for success in serving and engaging single parents within their respective organizations.  (Read More...)
Hand to Hold

Hand to Hold’s vision is to enable a network of families to offer support, comfort and understanding to one another, and to provide them with knowledge, information and resources to reduce the impact of a NICU stay and ensure the best outcome for their children and family by: Empowering parents to advocate for their children Facilitating peer support and encouraging individual, couple and family counseling when needed Educating parents about the challenges their babies might face and preparing them to meet those needs Sharing support and resources to help comfort families following a terminal diagnosis or loss of a baby Working with healthcare professionals, hospital systems and specialists to ensure families thrive during and after a NICU stay  (Read More...)
FOCUS Project

FOCUS is a prevention service designed to strengthen couples and families in readiness for tomorrow. FOCUS provides personalized training for each family and its individual goals. The program teaches practical skills to help families and couples feel prepared to meet the challenges of military life such as stress, injury and other transitions. The FOCUS Project offers services to active duty military families in several formats: family consultations, couple- or family-level training, small group training and workshops. FOCUS builds strong connections with other military family providers to support a network of care for service members, their partners and families. FOCUS training is confidential, free and offers services at family friendly hours. To find a site near you, visit https://www.focusproject.org/contact.  (Read More...)
National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health

The National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health is a national family-run organization linking more than 120 chapters and state organizations focused on the issues of children and youth with emotional, behavioral, or mental health needs and their families.  (Read More...)
Project Sweet Peas

Project Sweet Peas is a national non-profit organization providing support to families of premature or sick infants and to those who have been affected by pregnancy and infant loss. Care packages, hospital events, peer-to-peer support, financial aid, educational materials, and other Project Sweet Peas services, support the cultural, spiritual, emotional, and financial needs of families as they endure life in the NICU.  (Read More...)
Faith's Lodge

Faith’s Lodge supports parents and families coping with the death of medically complex condition of a child in a peaceful environment to reflect on the past, renew strength for the present, and build hope for the future. They help families through their darkest hours by creating a nurturing setting together with other parents who are coping with the same struggles. Set apart from daily life and surrounded by the calming North woods of Wisconsin, families at Faith’s Lodge are supported in an emotionally safe environment. The lodge accommodates up to eight families at a time and operates year-round serving either couples or families on designated dates. After 11 years, Faith’s Lodge is still the only dedicated retreat facility of its kind in the country. Faith’s Lodge has served over 9,000 people from 40 different states. To learn more or to register for a programming weekend, visit www.faithslodge.org.  (Read More...)
Parenting Safe Children

Parenting Safe Children empowers adults to keep children safe from sexual abuse. We educate parents and professionals through the Parenting Safe Children Workshop (online and in- person), where participants learn what makes children vulnerable to sexual abuse; how to talk with schools, sports programs, day care and places of faith about child safety; and what body- safety rules to teach children. Feather Berkower, LCSW, has been a leader in child sexual abuse prevention since 1985. Using a community-based approach, she has trained over 150,000 school children, parents, and professionals. Feather makes a difficult topic less scary, and consistently impresses audiences with her knowledge, commitment, and warmth. Feather is also the co-author of Off Limits, a parenting book with easy-to-follow guidelines for making children, homes, and communities off limits to child sexual abusers.  (Read More...)
FASworld

FASworld is committed to: Provide support and information to parents, caregivers, and professionals dealing with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), as well as individuals living with FASD. Encourage the development of new programs for individuals with FASD and their families, women of childbearing age and their partners, and individuals struggling with alcohol and substance issues. Work locally, nationally and internationally, with other support groups, individuals and organizations, who indicate a common interest in some or all of these approaches to dealing with FASD. Communicate the message that there is no established safe threshold of alcohol. Build public awareness of FASD, its secondary disabilities, the size and scope of this preventable disorder, and the personal and economic costs of FASD to our society.  (Read More...)

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