Our Partners
Recognizing the combined strength in working together to best serve the community, Family Life Education uses a business model that relies on building coalitions and engaging partners in collaborative projects. Our leadership and active participation in community partnerships has expanded our services to include a family reunification program, intimate partner violence assessment intervention, bilingual community health, and numerous research studies.

American Job Center

The American Job Center refers qualified individuals to Family Life Education, where they work with staff to gain experience in family services, and potentially are offered a staff position.
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Bank of America: George E. and Grace L. Long Foundation

Bank of America: Charles Nelson Robinson Fund

City of Hartford, Department of Health and Human Services

Provides project management for COVID-19 emergency response for Family Life Education community health service workers in the underserved Latino community to disseminate cultural and language appropriate health information, assist with testing, and facilitate vaccinations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Community Health Resources

Family Life Education’s parent navigator provides intensive clinical and case management services for families of domestic violence referred to CHR. The program focuses on increasing safety, reducing trauma, improving the parent-child relationship, and helping non-offending adults and children stabilize their lives after abuse.
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ConnectiCorps

An AmeriCorps program that places paid volunteer leaders at Family Life Education for a year to extend the capacity of the organization in response to COVID-19.
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Community Research Alliance

Family Life Education is a member and co-chair of this alliance community organizations and UConn Health faculty who collaborate on participatory research projects.
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CTdata Collaborative

The Collaborative provides data literacy training and secondary data backup summary analyses for community-based surveys.
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Farmington Bank Community Foundation

Foodshare

Family Life Education operates a Community Food Pantry and a mobile food distribution site through a close partnership with Foodshare.
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American Job Center

The American Job Center refers qualified individuals to Family Life Education, where they work with staff to gain experience in family services, and potentially are offered a staff position.
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Bank of America: Charles Nelson Robinson Fund

Bank of America: George E. and Grace L. Long Foundation

City of Hartford, Department of Health and Human Services

Provides project management for COVID-19 emergency response for Family Life Education community health service workers in the underserved Latino community to disseminate cultural and language appropriate health information, assist with testing, and facilitate vaccinations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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ConnectiCorps

An AmeriCorps program that places paid volunteer leaders at Family Life Education for a year to extend the capacity of the organization in response to COVID-19.
Click Here

Foodshare

Family Life Education operates a Community Food Pantry and a mobile food distribution site through a close partnership with Foodshare.
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Community Health Resources

Family Life Education’s parent navigator provides intensive clinical and case management services for families of domestic violence referred to CHR. The program focuses on increasing safety, reducing trauma, improving the parent-child relationship, and helping non-offending adults and children stabilize their lives after abuse.
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CTdata Collaborative

The Collaborative provides data literacy training and secondary data backup summary analyses for community-based surveys.
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Hispanic Federation

Community Research Alliance

Family Life Education is a member and co-chair of this alliance community organizations and UConn Health faculty who collaborate on participatory research projects.
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Farmington Bank Community Foundation

Hispanic Health Council

The Hispanic Health Council formed a contractual relationship with Family Life Education to provide community health services to the underserved Latino community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Hispanic Federation

Hispanic Health Council

The Hispanic Health Council formed a contractual relationship with Family Life Education to provide community health services to the underserved Latino community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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UConn Center for Applied Research in Human Development

The Center was engaged to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of Family Life Education’s programs and services to research the effectiveness of the self-efficacy model.
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UConn Department of Health Science, UConn School of Medicine

Family Life Education participated in several institutional studies, including a survey of inner city Hispanic families who were disproportionately impacted by the pandemic in terms of mental and physical health.
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UConn Center for Applied Research in Human Development

The Center was engaged to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of Family Life Education’s programs and services to research the effectiveness of the self-efficacy model.
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UConn Department of Health Science, UConn School of Medicine

Family Life Education participated in several institutional studies, including a survey of inner city Hispanic families who were disproportionately impacted by the pandemic in terms of mental and physical health.
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UConn Extension

Family Life Education works with UConn Extension for training, curriculum, and program resources for People Empowering People (PEP), a community-focused parent leadership development course.
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UConn Extension

Family Life Education works with UConn Extension for training, curriculum, and program resources for People Empowering People (PEP), a community-focused parent leadership development course.
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The Village

The Village provides oversight, direction, and organizational support for two major programs at Family Life Education; Stronger Families Stronger Future Home Visiting and Family Center. Family Life Education is one of six centers led by the Village in the Hartford Family Center Network.
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The Village

The Village provides oversight, direction, and organizational support for two major programs at Family Life Education; Stronger Families Stronger Future Home Visiting and Family Center. Family Life Education is one of six centers led by the Village in the Hartford Family Center Network.
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Wheeler's Clinic

Family Life Education provides two counselors in Wheeler’s Reunification and Therapeutic Family Time Services program, supporting and reconnecting families who have been separated as a result of trauma, child abuse, or neglect.
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