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Familyhood’s mission is to restore hope in families and renew hurting communities by embracing and embodying God’s design for the family. The vision is to provide practical training, intervention where necessary, and facilitate spaces where parents and children can come together to abound in love, to reconcile and grow as family units. Strong urban families will provide a critical foundation for the Woodlawn neighborhood and ultimately for the broader culture to thrive.

FAMILYHOOD PROGRAMS

Raising Highly Capable Kids (RHCK)


A 13-session parenting/guardian workshop providing interactive, practical and hand-on tools (based upon the 40 Developmental Assets) that maximizes their child’s potential and empowers the entire family.

7 Traits of Effective Parenting

An eight-week transformative practical teaching and community building series that leads parents/caregivers in discussion about the 7 Traits of Effective Parenting and covers concepts relating to family life, parenting styles, child development and explores how the unique personality of each child requires differing parenting techniques and offers tools for immediate application.

Free Space

Provides face to face, one-on-one life coaching and mentoring to develop life and soft skills, identifying social services resources, support, and/or serve as a trusted person who can listen.

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FAMILIES SERVED

125

PARENTS CONTACTED

446

INDIVIDUALS IMPACTED

317

DELIVERIES MADE

1609

CONTACTS MADE

Upcoming Events/Programs and Registration

FamilyHood Fall Programming

Raising Highly Capable Kids (RHCK) (virtual)

Program Details: 90-minute 8-week workshop
Target Audience: parents, caregivers, and those who work with children ages 3-18
Description: An evidence-based workshop that equips parents and caregivers with confidence and tools to raise healthy, caring, responsible children through the use of the 40 Developmental Assets, ultimately building resilience in youth.
Next Cohorts: Wednesdays or Thursdays weekly, week of 9/25 - week of 11/13

Taking the 40 Developmental Assets Home (virtual)

Program Details: 1-hour session 6-week workshop
Target Audience: parents, caregivers, and those who work with children ages 3-18 Description: An evidence-based workshop that provides parents powerful practical tools, activities and conversation with other parents or caregivers who have completed RHCK. Together, they work through a plan of building individual developmental assets in their children.

Next Cohorts: Tuesdays weekly, 9/18 – 10/23 & 11/6-12/11

7 Traits of Effective Parenting (virtual)

Program Details: 75 minute 8-week workshop
Target Audience: parents, caregivers, and those who work with children ages 0-18
Description: A workshop that leads parents/caregivers in discussion about the 7 traits of effective parenting covering concepts relating to family life, parenting styles, child development and how the unique personality of each child requires differing parenting techniques. The workshop offers tools for application at the end of each session.
Next Cohort: Thursdays weekly 9/27 - 11/15

Building Men (virtual)

Program Details: 90 minute 6-week small group
Target Audience: men age 18 and older
Description: men’s faith based small group that brings men together to learn, fellowship, and embrace their spiritual foundation.
Next Cohorts: Tuesdays weekly, 10/4 – 11/8 & 11/22-12/27

Financial Literacy (virtual)

Program Details: 1-hour 4-week seminar series
Target Audience: adults age 18 and older
Description: Seminar that equips community members with training and skills to budget, build an emergency fund, and plan for the future.
Next Cohort: Wednesdays weekly, 10/5 – 10/26

Families. Activities. Meals. (FAM) (in-person)

Program Details: 90-minute gathering
Target Audience: entire family unit within one’s unique household including but not limited to: parents/caregivers, children, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.
Description: F.A.M. is an opportunity for families to gather together with other families, share a meal, have guided discussions with their family members, have an interactive and fun time of learning from God’s word and do activities together as a family.
Next Gatherings: Tuesday, 9/20 & 11/15

Free Space (virtual)

Program Details: year-round, 1-hour long appointments, frequency based on need and desire Target Audience: adults ages 18 and older
Description: Face to face one-on-one life coaching, mentoring to develop; life and soft skills, identify social service resources, support, and/or serve as a trusted person who can listen.

Staff

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Sasha Simmons
Director, Familyhood