​About Us

  • Food safety.
  • Food and nutrition education.
  • Parenting and nurturing infants and young children.
  • Money management.
  • Neighborhood strengthening through volunteer involvement.
  • Hurricane/disaster preparation.

  • Looking for a Long and Happy Marriage? Learn From the “Experts”


    Do you know any loving older couples who seem like they know the “secrets” to a long and happy partnership? If so, maybe you’ve already been lucky enough to hear their advice on a lasting marriage. These conversations can be really meaningful. But what if you don’t have any such role model couples...

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  • Strengthening Families: Support in Times of Need


    Parenting is a tremendous responsibility full of many moments of joy. But sometimes the rapid rate of a young child’s growth and development can leave parents feeling a little overwhelmed. This Strengthening Families Series highlights six factors that promote positive parenting......

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  • Keeping the Flame Alive


    Remember when you first fell in love with your partner, and things were so exciting and new? Oh, and how about that chemistry? It's a good bet that it was pretty great. If you’re now married or in a long-term relationship, some of those initial sparks probably have died down a bit. By the way, sci...

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  • National Hand Washing Week


    ​December 4-10 is National Hand Washing Week. National Hand Washing Week falls right in the middle of the holiday season, a time when family and friends come together to share a meal. The last gift you want to offer is the "gift" of food poisoning......

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  • Avoiding the Postwedding Blues


    If you’re planning a wedding, you may feel pretty overwhelmed by the details, logistics, and most of all, the expense. The average U.S. wedding now clocks in at $27,000, a huge cost for one day! When spending so much time and money on an event, it can be easy to get caught up in wanting everything...

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  • Benefits of Family Meals


    When was the last time you and your family sat down to a good dinner? Recently there has been a shift in society’s view of eating family meals together (Condrasky, 2006; Hamilton & Wilson, 2009). Families today have busy schedules. Kids are involved in extracurricular activities, and many mothers a...

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  • Am I Being Abusive?


    Domestic violence does not discriminate. No one group or individual is immune from the possibility of being or becoming an abuser. Abusers come from all walks of life. They can be plumbers, bankers, doctors, mechanics, store clerks, teachers, lawyers, law enforcement officers, etc. Although they ma...

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  • When It Hurts So Bad: Healing Your Marriage


    There’s no denying it…sometimes marriage can be really hard. At times, it can feel like we’ve lost our way. Anger and resentment bubble up, blame comes to the surface, and one or both partners may feel like a victim or stockpile negative feelings. ...

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  • Managing Diabetes through the Holidays


    November is American Diabetes Month, a month committed to raising awareness for pre-diabetics and the disease itself. November also means the holidays are fast approaching....

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  • The Key to Family Health


    October is National Family Health Month. The Key to family health is bringing families together and building connections and traditions that last a lifetime. ...

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