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Personal & Family Well-Being

Family Life is full of challenges, but it is also rewarding when we make wise choices. We have created research-based programs to increase personal well-being, strengthen couple relationships, and empower effective parenting. All of these programs and materials are intended to help you make choices that will lead to a more enjoyable and satisfying family life.

  • Relationship resources from the Gottman Institute

  • The Gottman Institute offers research-based resources to strengthen relationships.  
  • Is your relationship a healthy one?

  • The organization Love is Respect shares resources to educate teens and others about qualities of healthy relationships. February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.  

  • What if my partner threatens suicide?

  • Love is Respect outlines steps to take and support resources if your partner threatens suicide. 

  • If you or someone you know are in immediate danger, call 911. 

  • COVID-19 Resources for Parents

  • These resources from the Child Mind Institute help parents who are working from home with kids who are out of school or otherwise transitioning to new ways of interacting. 

  • AR Children's Hospital Coronavirus Resources

    Arkansas Children's Hospital has prepared resources to educate your child about coronavirus, and to calm their anxiety.  
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • During times of uncertainty, mental health can become more difficult to manage. If you or someone you know needs support, they can call 1-800-273-8255 24/7 or use the chat feature in the linked webpage. 
  • Self-Care After Trauma

    Sexual assault is traumatic, and reporting an assault can cause a victim to relive the trauma. Self-care is important, but it can be very difficult following trauma. The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) offers resources for victims and families. If you have a friend or family member who has been a victim, you may find these tips useful.  

  • RAINN offers a national hotline and online chat for survivors.
  • The National Sexual Assault Hotline number is 1(800)656-HOPE. 

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