Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition - Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Stay up to date with the latest Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition. We are committed to building a sustainable community coalition that champions father involvement and supports healthy adult relationships, specifically effective co-parenting which in turn provides positive outcomes for Delaware children and communities
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 2021
Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition - Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Stay Strong Live Long
EVERY TUESDAY FOR SIX WEEKS STARTING JANUARY 5, 2021
JANUARY 12, 2021, JANUARY 19, 2021, JANUARY 26, 2021
FEBUARY 2, 2021 & FEBUARY 9, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
The purpose of this event is to provide information & Awareness to families on
the importance of healthy eating that will prevent obesity & health issues found in the community.
Foodborne illnesses, too, are common and costly – yet preventable – public health issue.
Food safety education is essential for individuals preparing food in their own home, farm workers growing produce,
employees in food service establishments and individuals preparing and serving food as volunteers.
Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition - Monday, May 25, 2015
Friday, May 29, 2015 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Tree of Life Ministries
20 Peddlers Village Newark, DE 19720
The Botvin’s LifeSkills Training: Parent Program is designed to help parents strengthen communication with their children and prevent them from using drugs. This is a holistic and comprehensive approach to help parents teach their children the skills that help them resist the threats of tobacco, drugs, and violence. These tools help parents prepare their children for a successful transition from adolescence to early adulthood.
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Funding for this project has been provided by the Department for Health and Social Services, Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health-‐State of Award SP015607 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services.
Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition - Sunday, February 08, 2015
Stress is another factor that can negatively affect our heart health. We all have some stress in our lives, but families experiencing high-conflict relationships may be exposed to unhealthy levels of stress. In addition to affecting heart health, unhealthy levels of stress can lead to chronic fatigue, depression or over-use of substances such as alcohol.
Recognizing the signs of unhealthy conflict in a relationship allows couples and families to address concerns and work together to improve relationship skills as a strategy for reducing stress. Wonder how well you manage conflict? Visit our Virtual Training Center and take the Conflict Management Course, part of our Core Marriage and Healthy Relationship Skills (4-part series) and find out. Healthy communication and conflict management are part of a healthy lifestyle just like eating right and regular physical activity. Take advantage of the tips and resources below to assist you and the families you serve in strengthening relationships and getting heart healthy.