Are you a professional who works with youth and adults and is interested in integrating relationship education skills into the services you provide to strengthen families? UGA Extension provides a 1-day training where participants receive tools and learn strategies to empower individuals with skills that can strengthen couple and family relationships. Through a partnership among Cooperative Extension Specialists from land-grant universities in Missouri, Georgia, North Carolina, Iowa and Arkansas, a curriculum was developed to train professionals to assess and serve the relationship needs of youth and adults in the child welfare system. The HRMET curriculum, based on concepts developed by the National Extension Relationship and Marriage Education Network (NERMEN), provides information and tools that professionals can use to teach skills that reinforce essential characteristics of healthy relationships and marriages.
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