About Healthy Relationships International

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Bringing Relationship & Marriage Education to the World! 

                                                            

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Our vision
is a world filled with people who communicate successfully and caringly with each other… who have the skills that enable marriages to succeed, children to thrive, communities to be safe, and societies to achieve their full potential.

 

Dennis Stoica and Patty Howell at UN in Geneva

Patty Howell and Dennis Stoica spoke about the importance of Relationship and Marriage Education at the UN in Geneva, Switzerland, on July 5-6, 2012. Watch a small clip of the event >>

From our work teaching Relationship and Marriage Education (RME) programs to many thousands of Californians… across all ages and ethnicities, all income and educational levels, through many different languages and a wide variety of curricula, as well as from conducting the largest and most comprehensive cross-site, cross-program research on Relationship and Marriage Education programs, we know that RME works.

From this unparalleled experience and the best practices we have innovated throughout this work, we have developed a portfolio of powerful resources and an experienced team of professionals with the ability to help other organizations, communities and countries implement RME programs. 

From this capacity and our vision of bringing RME to the four corners of the world, Healthy Relationships International was born.

Healthy Relationships Strengthen a Community ... a Region ... a Nation!

Relationship and Marriage Education (RME) is a proven and cost-effective approach that:

  • Makes couple and family relationships healthier, safer, and stronger
  • Reduces divorce, high-risk behaviors, and unhealthy relationships
  • Improves the social, physical, educational, and economic health of communities

Healthy Relationships International Can Help You Bring Hope and Help to Your People in Your Community!

The internationally-renowned team at Healthy Relationships International (HRI), a division of Healthy Relationships California, has more than 75 years combined experience in successfully launching and developing Relationship Education programs in over 100 communities on 4 continents.

Healthy Relationships International provides
step-by-step consultations, systems, and support in all components of Relationship and Marriage Education (RME) implementation, including:

  • Strategic planning
  • Vision casting for key leaders
  • Public awareness and marketing campaigns
  • Train-the-Facilitator workshops in top-rated RME curricula
  • Cost-effective structuring of RME program delivery
  • Professional resources for decision-makers
  • Curriculum promotional materials
  • Consultation on outcome research
  • Research instrumentation
  • Conference planning


STRATEGIC PLANNING: "
Your training and consulting in starting our institute was so helpful. It is exciting for us to have this program underway now. Many lives have been changed because of your work."
– Dr. P. Gondos, Hungary

TRAINING:
 "In these times of relational crisis, these tools help us develop in ourselves the necessary skills to reach success."
– Dr. D. D’Leon, Mexico

CONFERENCE PLANNING:
 "You are very much a partner in the marriage movement in Israel ... the smartest decision I have made yet was to engage YOUR services."
– S. Barth, Israel


To learn more about making relationships healthier and stronger, contact Healthy Relationships International today! 

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Partial funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: 90FE0104. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.